Vinyl is an excellent material for packaging because it is safe, sturdy, economical, easily manufactured and environmentally responsible. In rigid or flexible form, vinyl is used to package a wide range of products, including electronics, personal care products, medicine, health care devices, household goods, toys, food and liquids.

Flexible vinyl is used for food wrap, jar lids and can linings; for tamper-proofing over-the-counter medications, and for shrink-wrapping games, software and household goods.

Rigid vinyl film is widely used in blister and clamshell packaging to protect toys, hardware, electronics, personal care products and household goods.

Vinyl bottles store household and personal-care products and automotive lubricants.

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