Packaging certification involves the validation of a package to ensure that it meets the quality, safety and performance standards required for the intended use.
Packaging certification tests may include tests for safety, impact resistance, thermal stability, tightness, toxicity, recyclability, performance and compatibility with the products they contain. The results of these tests are reviewed by regulatory agencies to determine if the packaging meets regulatory requirements.
Packaging certification is important to ensure product quality and safety as well as consumer protection. Approved packaging is generally considered to be of high quality and can help manufacturers market their products successfully by demonstrating their commitment to the safety and quality of their products.
Mechanical Strength and Assembly Durability
These tests are a crucial step in the packaging design and manufacturing process. They aim to ensure that the packaging can withstand the mechanical stresses they are likely to encounter throughout their lifecycle, from production to distribution, including storage and final use.
These tests are essential for the presentation of your products. They consider all aspects related to design, print quality, and durability to ensure attractive and functional packaging.
Lifespan and Endurance
We offer specific tests to assess the lifespan and endurance of packaging under real-world conditions. These tests ensure their performance and safety for the product they contain.