V-Shapes returned to Dubai for Gulfood 2022 with its unique single-dose packaging solution


V-Shapes, an innovative supplier of vertically integrated products and services for convenient, hygienic and sustainable single-dose packaging, located in Calderara di Reno (BO), decided to be present at 2022 edition of Gulfood, that took place last February at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

A sample of a branded sachet for Mirahoney, a high-quality honey producer that has chosen V-Shapes single-dose sachets to package their product

“We had such a positive experience at Gulfood 2021 that there was no question about our presence at 2022 edition”, said Christian Burattini, V-Shapes CEO. “Our unique single-dose packaging solution is ideal for high-end and food & beverage products. Brands, co-packers and converters looking for new ways to package single units of condiments, dressing, honey and spreadable creams showed significant interest in our solutions. V-Shapes sachets can be opened with one single hand, simply folding the sachet, dispensing 99% of the sachet contents without messy spills”.

At the show, V-Shapes offered a wide variety of branded and filled sachets, including hand sanitizer sachets, to better show the value of this unique packaging concept.

V-Shapes offers several different configurations of its vertically integrated packaging solution for production of filled and sealed single-dose sachets, including V-Shapes AlphaFlex which features integrated in-line printing into the V-Shapes six-lane ALPHA machine, enabling packaging converters/fillers to accomplish the complete manufacturing process of V-Shapes’ unique single-dose sachets under one roof with a compact footprint, with full color branding available on both sides of the sachet, in line, on demand and with the highest quality. In the AlphaFlex configuration, each printing module prints a single side of the single-dose sachets inline, synchronized with each other, and precisely married for die cutting, filling and sealing. Buffers are used to ensure alignment of printing speed with the manufacture of sachets by the Alpha six-lane machine.