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Commercial Packaging

Packaging Development and Design Services

PCI works with customers to provide truly innovative package design and speed to market. From concept to reality, we enable products to stand out among the competition.

Our in-house design services feature an experienced and creative team of professionals who bring insightful package design and a practical knowledge of manufacturing to deliver innovative, differentiated and cost competitive packaging.

PCI provides unique services in the area of package development by offering extensive resources from design to commercialization. Three-dimensional modeling and in-house prototyping capabilities facilitate rapid design and development of commercial quality prototypes. This allows for expedited response and efficient concept generation to enable speed-to-market for new products as well as commercial package redesigns.

In addition, PCI offers extensive experience in managing the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s Child Resistant and Senior Friendly test protocols required for bringing new products to market. PCI’s award winning in-house design team has a proven history of successful market introductions and has received numerous industry awards for design and commercialization.

Our dedicated team of specialists will be happy to discuss any of your Packaging Development and Design needs. Contact us on +1 779-774-1428 (US) or +44 1495 711 222 (UK) or email

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