Commom FAQs
Majorly, It is made up of Polypropylene woven fabric and BOPP film.
Majorly, they are made up of non-woven fabric and BOPP film.
It is a type of fabric obtained from weaving of PP tapes into warps (vertical strands) and wefts (horizontal strands).
It is a type of fabric obtained from PP through melting process. It feels like paper/cloth.
L is short form for Layer.
  • 1 Layer bag consists of – Fabric
  • 2 Layer bag consists of – Fabric + Extrusion lamination
  • 3 Layer bag consists of – Fabric + Extrusion lamination + BOPP
  • 4 Layer bag consists of – Fabric + Extrusion lamination + Adhesive Lamination + BOPP
  • 5 Layer bag consists of – Extrusion lamination + Fabric + Extrusion lamination + Adhesive Lamination + BOPP
– On movement from Inner side of the bag to the outer side of the bag
It is an additional layer over woven fabric which is done using melted PP polymer. It provides strength to the bag and is also used to bond BOPP film with woven fabric, in case of BOPP bags.
It is an additional layer beneath BOPP film which give bags a metallized finish or stiffness for better appearance.
BOPP stands for Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene. It is a very thin layer of Poly-Propylene on which the matter is printed. It is then flipped and pasted on to the top of the bag so that printed matter gets sandwiched between BOPP and fabric. BOPP possesses various aesthetic and durability properties.
We use reverse rotogravure printing technique for printing on BOPP film. This technique provides excellent finish and long life to the printed matter. For non-BOPP woven bags, we use Flexographic Printing.
This is a method which involves printing on the inner side of the BOPP film using electro-mechanically engraved cylinders on fully automatic printing machines. This process ensure that the ink never comes in contact with anything, preventing scratches, scrapes and fading of the printed matter. The print stays safe and attractive for longer period of time.
Flexographic printing involves printing directly on the laminated/un-laminated fabric using flexible photopolymer printing plates wrapped around rotating cylinders on a web press. The inked plates have a slightly raised image to transfer the image to the substrate/fabric.
A cylinder is round, tube shaped structure which is used for printing. It picks color from the color tray and pastes it on the film, rotating around it. The design which we want to print, must be engraved on the cylinder so that it can pick color in required fashion for clear printing.
This method involves electronically controlled diamond-stylus which cuts the surface of the cylinder as per the design, entered into the computer.
We regularly do:
  • Gloss finish
  • Matt finish
  • Gloss & Matt finish combo
  • Gloss Metallize
  • Matt metallize
  • Gloss & Matt Metallize combo
Gusset means the side of the bag which could be expanded to increase the volume of the bag.
Perforation means creating small holes in a specific section of the bag or entire bag which allows air to circulate through the bag, keeping material fresh. These holes can be of different sizes depending upon customer requirements.
A window is a section of the bag which is transparent and allows material inside the bag to be seen from distance, without opening/flipping the bag, for better customer presentation and promotion. It is quite helpful if your product is a modern trade item, where space provided for display is very small.
There are two types of window : Side window (gusset side) and register window (front or back of the bag).
There are four types of handles available:
  • Plastic
  • Narrow Woven Fabric (NWF)
  • D-Cut
Handles can be stitched in a regular way or with cross stitch pattern / attached using ultrasonic sealing / punched in (D-cut).
It is a technique which involves heat and pressure to be applied on both the surfaces which are to be joined, after bringing them in contact to each other at desired position.
Top Hemming involves a double chain of thread to be used to fold and stitch the top portion of the bag so as to prevent fraying of Tapes.
EZ-open is a mechanism which allows quick and easy opening of the bag by just pulling the pull tape apart. It is so easy and convenient that it can be done in less than 5 seconds by using merely two fingers.
A pull tape is a long-narrow strip of (printed/plain) BOPP laminated woven fabric, which is stitched above the Crip tape for EZ-open feature.
A Crip tape is just like pull tape but a bit wide and is used to seal the mouth of the bag by folding it half, horizontally, from the center on both the face sides of the mouth of the bag.
Yes you can! We do make EZ-open with handle.
Liner is a transparent bag which is placed inside these PP/BOPP bags to prevent moisture to reach to the material inside the bag
Yes. We do have color/print options in liners.
It can either be stitched to the bottom of the bag or can be left loose i.e. without stitch
Yes! We can print unique numbers on each bag and also we can provide Holographic print which ensures both genuineness and pleasing aesthetics
These bags can hold weight from 5 Kgs to 10 Kgs
We can do any packaging sizes depending upon your requirements but the most demanded are as follows:
  • 5kg
  • 10kg
  • 20 kg
  • 25 kg
  • 30 kg
  • 40 kg
  • 50 kg
Yes you can. We even have our own in-house graphic designing team to design your bag exactly the way you want it to be. You can send us your enquiry through contact us page and our marketing team will assist you from there
it ranges from 15000 to 50,000 depending on the Type of bag and required features.

Woven Bags

No, plain PP woven bags does not have BOPP lamination.
We only do Online Flexographic printing.
All packaging sizes mentioned above.
Yes, but Extrusion lamination is mandatory to attach handles to woven bags.
1) Bottom Stitched bags
2) Block Bottom bags

BOPP Woven Bags

Yes. The top layer of the bag is BOPP.
All BOPP bags have extrusion lamination as it helps to bind BOPP film with the woven fabric.
No. It is an optional layer which enhances the print quality by adding metallic finish or stiffness to the bag.
Bottom Stitch Bags
Bottom Gusseted Bags
Pinch Bottom Bags (No handles)
Block Bottom Bags (No handles)
Shopping bags

Bottom Stitch Bags

Bags are stitched at one end using Multi-filament yarn. Customer can specify which end they want to keep open for filling the material as per their convenience.
With Gusset - 4
Without Gusset - 2
Bags are stitched with thread at the mouth for closing.

Bottom Gusset Bags

Bags have ultrasonically sealed gusset at the bottom, formed in fully automatic bottom gusseted bag making machine.
These bags are sealed from top handle portion of the bag by stitching it with thread.

Pinch Bottom Bags

Bags are heat sealed using glue with the help of glue plate, at one end of the bag.
Bags are sealed with the help of automatic bag closing machine which rotates one flap of the bag over the other and heat seals it. We can recommend automatic bag sealing machine at very economical price.
It is a sticker on face side of the bag which can be pulled off and re-attached. This allows end consumer to open and reseal the bag without having it opened entirely. It does not require a blade or knife and bag can be resealed after taking the material out, as & when required.
All packing sizes mentioned above. (Without Handle)

Block Bottom Bags

The bottom is sealed using Bopp woven material by applying heat and pressure.
Valve is a small mouth given on the top of the bag to fill the material with the nozzle.
Open mouth bags are stitched at the top using Multifilament Yarn/Thread.
As soon as the valve bag is filled, the valve automatically closes because of the pressure released by the filling nozzle.
5 sides for bags with open mouth and 6 sides for bags with valve.
All packaging sizes mentioned above (without handles).

Shopping Bags

Shopping bag, structurally, is a bottom gusseted bag with handles. The idea behind doing this is different and provides us with aesthetically pleasing, durable and full of utility bags, which can be as small as 500gms packaging and as big bag 10 Kgs packaging.
Bags have ultrasonically sealed gusset at the bottom, formed in fully automatic bottom gusseted bag making machine.
These bags are not sealed, as the primary purpose of these bags is not to transport the material but to carry it.