Custom Thermoformed Trays Blisters and Clamshells


Elmes CarouselsElmes Packaging creates products in a wide variety of form factors and caters to many industries, these are just some examples of the sorts of parts we create, and the ways in which the can be used. We manufacture all product types in a variety of plastics including PVC, PET, HIPS, ABS, Lexan as well as subtypes (food-safe, post-consumer recycled, anti-static, etc). All products can be created in a variety of colors and finishes, depending on your individual needs. These are just some of the product types we create, so do not hesitate to inquire about others such as protective coverings and food-specific packages.

Our products include trays, clamshells, blisters, displays, and other thermoformed plastic packaging offerings for more information see applications. Market segments served by Elmes Packaging include the automotive, packaged food, aerospace, medical, and retail packaging industries.

All of our customers have unique design requirements and we pride ourselves on our capability to meet the most demanding design criteria in a timely and economical manner.

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