Graphics and Design

Turn Your Packaging Materials Into Marketing Materials

Once they leave your facility, many people will see your packaging materials, and by turning them into marketing materials, you can share your message with everyone who sees your packages. With a few words and some memorable images, you can make a lasting impression on everyone who sees your packaging.

Consider the difference in your reactions to these two shipping boxes. One is plain and says simply:


The other has a picture of a juicy peach, sliced open, and says:

Delightfully Delicious Peaches

From Pete’s Peach Patch

The combination of that peach picture and those few words will make many people who see the box start thinking about those delicious peaches. Some may literally find their mouths watering, and that will be good for Pete’s sales.

When you’re choosing your boxes and packaging you can keep it simple or you can use your materials to spread the marketing message of your company wherever they go. If you’re looking to push the needle through graphics and design, from plain brown color to multicolored graphics, we offer ideas that get the job done—on any level. Our specialty is helping you from beginning to end, with a team of experts who ensure you get the results you’re seeking.


Most companies get comfortable with their design concepts and forget about custom design. We have several talented designers who can make your project as custom as you wish to maximize your brand and make your product stand out from the rest. It all starts with the concept, and bringing that concept to life at the designing table. Let us help you develop your next concept to accomplish your merchandising goals.

Our team of manufacturers has a lot to offer when it comes to design:

  1. State-of-the-art CAD system
  2. Custom samples
  3. Full color prototypes
  4. Litho and label graphics
  5. Point-of-Purchase (POP) concepting and display design


The advantage of pre-print is that it provides an improved graphic quality that direct print can’t offer. The pre-print process involves printing directly on to the liner before corrugation process. This gives the look of a much cleaner print job. Higher volumes are normally used in this process, allowing a cost savings to you and improved overall quality for your packaging materials.

Our manufacturers have spent years in research to provide you with highest in quality throughout this process. Here are some of the procedures they use to bring higher standards of quality to you and your packaging:

  1. Printing on the liner board prior to corrugation
  2. Custom matched colors
  3. Up to 6 color capability
  4. State-of-the-art machinery