Custom Thermoforming

Thermoforming: a manufacturing process in which a plastic sheet is heated to a pliable forming temperature, formed over a mold to a specific shape and trimmed to create a usable packaging product.

To put it simply, when it comes to thermoforming, we’re the experts. Thermoforming not only provides shipping protection for your product, but also provides tailored item visibility and enhanced retail security.

When you work with Acuity Packaging and Logistics, you’re choosing to work with an experienced partner who will be there every step of the way. We’ll discuss your needs, design a mold that awaits your approval, create a sample based around a prototype and finally proceed to the customized final product. As always, we strive to keep our packaging environmentally friendly and our processes as efficient as possible. Our focus remains on form, fit and function, and we’ll always put your needs first.

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Clamshells can be one or two-piece thermoformed components ideal for high-visibility with good structural strength and security. This form of packaging usually consists of halves held together by a hinged area that allows the package to close neatly. Clamshells are generally made of plastic and function similarly to blister packaging.


Blister packaging is a type of specially formed plastic packaging that is used for the display and transport of small goods and products. Blister packaging is most easily identifiable by its pockets, often thermoformed to hold the products inside. Blisters are cost-effective solution to achieve high visibility and secure handling.


Trays are efficient transport mechanisms that allow for safe transit for delicate items. In most cases, trays are formed by a solid bottom piece designed to provide maximum security to the products or goods being transferred.


Inserts are structural components that add visibility and protection to the retail carton. Inserts not only provide protection and enhanced presentation for the products inside, but also allow for product organization and packaging convenience. Inserts can be specially designed around any product and to meet your unique packaging needs.