Do you have volume discounts or price breaks?
Yes, we do! High-quantity orders generally net a lower cost-per-unit (higher quantity = bulk savings) on all of our packaging orders.
If you have any questions about pricing or how you can get greater savings on your packaging, you may consult with one of our Product Specialists
for a customized packaging strategy based on your business requirements and project goals.
Is the price affected by the number of colors used in the design?
No - the price of your packaging is not affected by the number of colors you use if you are printing with CMYK, so use every color of the rainbow if you'd like! However, if your artwork requires PMS (PANTONE® Matching System) colors, additional ...
What choices affect my pricing?
Here are some of the choices that may affect the price of your packaging: Size (larger packaging requires more sheets of material to be used) Quantity (ordering higher quantities will net you a lower cost per unit) Material (premium materials will ...
How do I get a quote?
We want to accommodate your needs as best as we can! Therefore we offer a few easy ways for you to request a quote from us. Contacting us directly All direct lines of contacts are available Monday - Friday @ 9:00am - 6:30pm EST. During offline hours, ...
How do I place a reorder?
To reorder an order, simply reach out to your Product Specialist from your first time order with us and they will be able to help you with your reorder
What is a dieline and why is it important?
A dieline serves as a blueprint that ensures the correct layout for artwork designs on your packaging. It is essential to the cutting and creasing process as it gives our machines the appropriate information to precisely cut and fold areas of your ...
What is an additional process?
At PakFactory, an additional process refers to a special finishing that can be applied to your packaging. Additional processes are all subject to additional fees. Some of our additional processes include: Window patching Embossing / debossing Foil ...
How do I determine what size box I need?
To determine the correct box size you need, measure your product left to right (length), front to back (width) and bottom to top (depth). Add 1/8" - 1/4" to each dimension to give a little bit of wiggle room to your product!