What is Stock Packaging?

Stock packaging is the term used for ready-made products that are manufactured for various industries with pre-set specifications for colors, sizing, and materials. We provide stock packaging that is fully adaptable according to your budget.

Stock packaging may be ideal for you if:
You're looking for a budget-friendly option
You need an adaptable option that's quick and convenient
You're going to use it for product testing, samples, or managing shortages


What is Custom Packaging?

Custom packaging is designed and manufactured specifically for one particular product. We help customers throughout North America develop their own custom packaging solutions, which include personalized decorating.

Custom packaging may be a good fit if:
You're prepared for the extended time commitment and larger investment for a top-of-the-line custom product
You want something completely unique
Having a competitive edge is a major perk

Learn more about Custom Packaging

Packaging Supplier

Kaufman Container is a leading packaging supplier in the United States. For over 100 years, we have provided stock & custom packaging components, package development, quality assurance, warehousing programs and package decoration to a wide range of customers & markets. Kaufman’s capabilities are endless, offering a wide variety of products including glass, plastic and metal containers, tubes, closures, dispensing pumps, sprayers, celon shrink bands and more!




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