Combi-Pack

Food Packaging Supplier Singapore

Products

Products

Custom Solutions

Custom Solutions

Combi Cup

Combi Cup

Generic Moulded Products

Generic Moulded Products

In-Mould Labelling

In-Mould Labelling

About Us

Plastic Food Packaging Supplier in Singapore

Plastic Food Packaging Supplier in Singapore​
Founded in 2007, Combi-Pack is a Malaysian-based plastic food packaging supplier that has spread its wings by establishing a robust presence in Singapore.

Designed for saleability and engineered in compliance with the best practices, our plastic food packaging is safe, durable, and reliable whilst staying cost-effective. We strive for excellence by constantly improving our products and services, developing innovative solutions to deliver best-of-the-class performance.

Top Selling Products

470G

CPRO 0581 T​

CPRO 0581 T

1 KG

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CPRO 1090 T

CPRO 1090 T

1.4 KG

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CPRO 1642 T​

CPRO 1642 T

5.0 KG

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CPRO 6115 T​

CPRO 6115 T

Food Packaging Supplier in Singapore

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Why Customers Love Combi-Pack

Multi-Award-Winning Plastic Packaging Design

Future-Ready Technology

Eco-Conscious Packaging and Practices

Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)

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Our Clients

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Commitment to Sustainability

At Combi-Pack, our commitment to sustainability is woven into every facet of our business. We strive to be the pioneer of sustainable food packaging in Singapore.

Sustainable Sourcing

We prioritise sourcing raw materials that are responsibly produced and have the least environmental impact. Our focus is on ensuring that our supply chain remains transparent and meets ethical guidelines.

Green Manufacturing Practices

With cutting-edge technology, we reduce waste, conserve energy, and optimise our manufacturing process, demonstrating our commitment to green practices and sustainability.

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Combi Cares

As a reputable food packaging supplier in Singapore, we believe in proactively contributing to the prosperity of our surrounding communities. We work hard to manage our responsibilities in all operations, ensuring ethical and environmentally friendly practices.

Thus, we endeavour to generate and enhance scalable, positive impacts by integrating key initiatives such as reducing carbon footprint, resources used, and food waste.

Together, let’s change the world and make a real difference.

Plastic Food Packaging Supplier in Singapore

Our Quality Assurance

We understand that the quality of our packaging directly impacts the quality of your products. Our stringent quality control measures ensure that every food packaging solution we produce meets the highest standards in Singapore.

Rigorous Testing

From durability to food safety, our packaging undergoes rigorous testing at every stage of production to ensure it meets the required standards.

Continuous Training

Our team is continuously trained in the latest best practices, ensuring that quality is ingrained in every process.

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Experiencing Food Packaging Challenges?

As suppliers, we are experts in helping businesses in Singapore overcome challenges in food packaging. Reach out to us and explore our custom packaging products and services made exclusively for your needs.

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FAQ

What are the benefits of using plastic food packaging?

Compared to other materials, plastic continues to be one of the most reliable options for food packaging. Plastic packaging is more robust, produces less carbon emission, and is effective in extending shelf life as it keeps food stay fresh longer. Also, plastic is one of the most economical materials available, which enables our clients to give their products a competitive edge.

What are the types of plastic commonly used in food packaging?

There are several types of plastic that are suitable for food packaging. Typically, manufacturers utilise easily recyclable plastics, namely:

  • Polyethene terephthalate (PET)
  • High-density / Low-Density polyethene (HDPE / LDPE )
  • Polypropylene (PP)
What type of plastic is used for Combi-Pack’s food packaging?

As a trusted food packaging supplier in Singapore, we endeavour to be an environmentally responsible manufacturer by developing 100% recyclable packaging.

Our packaging is made from Polypropylene (PP) and Polyethene (PE). Designed with convenience in mind, our products require little to no segregation, making recycling a breeze for end consumers.

Meanwhile, Combi-Pack’s In-Mould Labelling (IML)  technology is a decorative solution that uses mono-material packaging. Feel free to learn more about our sustainable business practices .

What are the advantages of plastic food packaging?
Plastic packaging is extremely durable and sealable, which helps prevent food from deteriorating. This maximises shelf life and minimises food wastage as food stays fresher for a longer period. Furthermore, the lightweight material allows factories to store and transport more products with less fuel and energy, significantly reducing environmental impact. With modern technology, we can “repurpose” used plastic into providing new life through chemical or mechanical recycling, also known as Circular Economy.
What are the right steps to recycle plastic food packaging?
Here are some tips on how to recycle your plastic food packaging:
  1. Rinse out food or liquids from the packaging.

Ensure that the packaging is completely clean before disposing it in a recycling bin.

 
  1. Remove any wrappings or labels from the packaging.

Check for stickers and other decorative forms that can cause contamination in the recycler’s pipeline. To combat this, we provide IML, a fully recyclable packaging that optimises recycling.

 
  1. Check for a “crush to conserve” label when recycling plastic bottles.

If the label exists, crush the bottle by removing the lid, twisting the bottle from the top, and pressing it down. Next, place the lid back onto the bottle and disposing it in a recycling bin.