CUSTOM PRINTED DOY POUCHES
The most flexible and practical pouch for your product, the custom printed doy pouch ticks all the boxes: Keeping your product standing tall on the shelf with stable the bottom gusset, the doy pouch is ideal for serving industries from coffee to pet feed. With the option of bespoke features like zippers, tear notches, valves and euro slots, the doy pouch becomes the perfect workhorse for any dry product, fine powder or liquid.
how the process works
1. don't be shy, get in touch!
Tell us about yourself, what you’re packing, the type of bag you are interested in (size, material, features, quantity) and we’ll use our experience to offer a solution. Get in touch
2. WE’LL SUPPLY A QUICK QUOTE
Once we’ve found the bespoke, custom bag for you, we’ll give you a quick quote. Fast, free and easy, no commitment necessary!
3. SEND US THE GOOD STUFF... your ARTWORK
Submit your artwork, we can send you templates if you need or point you in the direction of an artwork team. Once submitted our team will review and verify all is good to go.
4. optional but beautiful extra... digital proof
Would you like to see your artwork digitally mocked up onto a pouch – if so, get in touch!
5. ARTWORK APPROVAL AND ORDER
Once you've approved your proof we begin planning for production. Submit your order and we'll save your bag project for future reorders!
The wait is the hardest part! But when your bags arrive, you can fill to your heart's content. We hope you love how they make your product look.
With low minimum order quantities, quick delivery and the ability to create custom packaging solutions for your product, it’s not surprising that digitally printed flexible packaging is the first choice for many start-ups and small businesses.
CUSTOM PRINTED DOY POUCHES FOR WESTLAB
Established in 2004, Westlab is the UK’s leading expert for pure mineral salts. After reaching out to Westlab, we were asked to visit the mineral salt provider's production facility. Westlab were looking for another supplier to fulfil their pouch requirements. Whilst their current pouches performed well there were a number of issues with regards to print quality.