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Start a Small Business with No Experience

Small business! many around the world thinks about it every day. The planet is changing, less jobs, low pay, government want more entrepreneur than worker. Covid make things worse. Everyone want to start something.

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A brand new idea, a great startup. But 9 out of 10 people failed to start anything.

The reason is simple, where to start. Gladly there is one thing we can start without a big idea or huge sum of money and develop their business skill easily.

AND, having no experience can be the biggest weakness in your thoughts.

BUT, wait. what about some businesses that actually don’t require any skills and experience at all.

Yes, it called PACKAGING. You heard it right…. it is the packaging.

Things, that we need every day. Your corner shop needs packaging, the small manufacturers need packaging, even the boutique needs packaging.

It’s right there, demand is high but we never think about it because it is not glamorous. No one will bravo you. but it is a great idea for a small business and can start with a small effort having no experince.

According to CNBC the average household spends around $164.55 everyday in housing, food, cellphones bills, and other expenses. All these businesses need packaging.

Think about it. You can work in your garage, your spare room or a group of friends can start together.

Do not need any particular skills and experience. All you need to find who needs the package and how to make it?

Before you jump-start, you need to do some research.

Adhere to your search the food processing industries are the largest in the world in terms of production, consumption, and growth prospects.

Other important industry consumers are pharma, agro-based, cosmetics, garments, chemicals, and more. A high degree of potential exists for almost all users segments which are expanding appreciably process foods, hard and soft drinks, fruit, and marine products.

Let me take you through some definite:

1. PET Jar of pet Bottle Production

Pet jar of pet bottle production is one of the most lucrative and profitable manufacturing opportunities in the plastic and polymer industry.

Basically, a pet bottle is an essential item for industrial packaging. It caters food and beverages industry, pharmaceuticals, FMCG, chemicals, biochemical, gas, and more.

PET Jar of pet Bottle Production Process in 3 steps:

Step 1: PET is first heated up and placed in a tube-shaped mold called a parison, which is cut into the correct length after it’s cooled.

Step 2: The parison gets heated up and placed into a bottle-shaped mold, with a screwtop included. A mandrel (steel rod) is inserted into the parison to allow highly pressurized air to enter and stretch the plastic. The molecules then polarize, due to the combination of stretching and high temperature, and produce a bottle.

Step 3: The bottle is cooled quickly to avoid creep and then removed.

 

2. Plastic Bottle Cap Manufacturing

 

PVC bottle cap manufacturing through plastic melding is a profitable business. Additionally, you can initiate the unit on a small-scale basis.

This is a small item. However, one of the essential items in the packaging industry.

So, as it is, bottle caps are quite valuable. They are worth money, although the exact amount they are worth largely depends on the market.

Usually, the price per bottle cap made from steel ranges from 6 cents to 10 cents on average. However, for food-grade quality aluminum, it is worth far more than that.

PVC bottle Cap Production Process in 3 Steps:

Most plastic bottle caps are manufactured through a process known as injection moulding.

Step 1: In this process, thermoplastic polymer pellets are heated in a metal hopper to the point that they become very soft and flexible. It would be at this stage that any custom colouring would already be added.

Step 2: The softened plastic is then injected under very controlled, high pressure into a complex, detailed steel mould. The mould forms the softened polymer into the desired shape for the bottle caps.

Step 3: Once the polymer material has cooled enough to harden, the mould is opened and the bottle caps are ejected.

If several caps are being made from a single mould (as is often the case), they will be carefully separated from each other and prepare for further processing (e.g., wadding, sealing).

 

3. Air Bubble Wrap Production

 

Air bubble wrap making with other allied products is a profitable venture in the packaging industry. Apart from the sheet, you can make air bubble rolls, air bubble bags, and air bubble films according to your client’s requirements.

The global bubble wrap packaging market value is estimated to be US$ 2.7 Billion in 2019. The bubble wrap packaging market is projected to grow at a CAGR of ~3% during the next ten years. The high application potential of bubble wrap packaging in e-commerce, manufacturing & warehousing, and logistics & transportation is likely to result in increased market share over the period 2019-2029.

Air Bubble Wrap Production Process in 3 Steps:

Step 1: LDPE granules fed into the hoppers of 100 mm and 75mm extruder respectively pass through the extruders, where they are melted, plasticized, and forced through the 2 layer nips of T-die. In the die, two layers of LDPE sheets of required thickness are formed simultaneously.

Step 2: These two layers are passed through two silicon synthetic cooling rollers where air bubbles are thermoformed over one roller and simultaneously it is laminated by forcing another layer by pressure.

Step 3: At this point, vacuum forming of the bubble, cooling of the outer surface of both layers, and lamination of a thermoformed layer on the secondary layer occur simultaneously. Then the formed layers are cooled and moved forward trimmed and finally to the winder through take-off rollers and then to the winder.

You can also make the bubble into 2 layer bubble film, 3 layers bubble film, 5 layers bubble film, and other multilayer bubble film. Air bubble sheet making is also possible in different colors.

 

4. Cardboard Box Production

Cardboard Box

Cardboard boxes are generally used for packaging glassware, garments, artificial items, toys, furniture, gift items, electronics items, gadgets and leather items like shoes etc. The manufacturing process is simple. Boxes are generally made as per customer specifications.

The market size, measured by revenue, of the Cardboard Box manufacturing industry is $69.7 billion in 2021.

For the most common box sizes, you can expect to make between 50 cents and $1.50 per box. Gaylord boxes can sell for at least $4 per box and even higher depending on its dimensions and current market demand. Selling to people that reuse the cardboard instead of a cardboard recycler will be more profitable.

Air Bubble Wrap Production Process in Step by Step:

Step 1: Rolls of paper are mounted on unwinding stands and pulled into the machine at the “wet end” of the corrugator.

Step 2: The medium is treated with heat and steam, making it more flexible, so it can be formed into the fluted pattern at the corrugating rolls.

Step 3: Corrugating rolls (gear-like cylinders) shape the medium into the fluted structure.

Step 4: Glue is put on the flute tips, and the first liner (which may have also been treated with steam and heat) is pressed onto the adhesive on the fluted medium.

Step 5: The heat, pressure, and steam cause the adhesive to form a gel which creates a bond between the two papers. This a called a single-face web.

Step 6: The single-face web then travels through the corrugator to the double-back station, where a second liner is applied by adding adhesive to the fluted tips on the other side of the medium.

Step 7: As the boards exit the hot-plate section, they are generally sheeted, or cut into manageable sheet sizes, then scored for folding.

Step 8: Boards are slit to width and cut, creating flat sheets to match customer requirements for a box.

Step 9: Sheets are taken from the corrugator and stacked to allow time for the drying of fibers and curing of the adhesive.

Step 10: Wax or other chemicals may be added to one or more of the papers to give unique enhanced properties to the board.

With so many available options, it’s important to take the appropriate time upfront to determine the best-corrugated paperboard for your application.

 

5. Jute Bag Production

Commercially jute bag used in food grains packaging, seed packaging, livestock feed packaging, etc. the domestic use of jute bag is a shopping bag. This type of bag is also used as promotional gave away to customers.

Jute is also inexpensive so the investments in jute bags making business do not have to be huge. Right from shopping bags to clutch purses for women, they are not only more attractive but safe as well. Starting this business on the small-scale would be very profitable.

Jute Bags Production Process Step by Step:

Step 1: Buy woven jute fabric rolls from wholesalers or directly from the manufacturers. We can help you arrange Jute fabric at low-cost contact us for more details.

Step 2: Laminate the Jute rolls. Jute bags can be sold with lamination or without lamination. If you intend to sell laminated jute bags, then laminate the jute rolls before cutting the roll.

Step 3: Spread the jute fabric roll on a table and fix it.

Step 4: Cut the jute rolls to the required size and shape.

Step 5: Print the designs, logos, or text on the jute roll pieces.

Step 6: Wash and dry the printed jute fabric pieces.

Step 7: Stitch the cut pieces of jute roll using a heavy-duty sewing machine.

Step 8: Attach the handles, buckles, zips, etc.

Step 9: Pack the jute bags for marketing.

 

6. Paper Bag Production

Paper packaging products are an important part of the overall packaging around the world. The growth of the paper packaging industry has been largely impelled by the augmenting demand for better quality paper packaging products and changing consumer preferences.

The global paper bags market accounted for US$ 4.8 billion in 2018 and is anticipated to grow to US$ 7.3 Billion growing at a CAGR of 4.6% during the forecast period from 2019 to 2027.

According to Circularonline Sales of paper for shopping bags increases 400% in three years.

Paper Bag Production Process Step by Step:

Step 1: Design the paper bag which is the key link in the production process. Most paper products and corporate image is an extension of advertising strategies, the choice of materials, decoration techniques, and forms of expression are associated with the use of paper bags, and effectiveness are inextricably linked.

Step 2: Designed to lead into the cutting machine for drawing software or CAD, with a proofer proofing, in determining the size and other aspects can not be a problem.

Step 3: Paper bags with their corporate image is often an extension of the commodity advertising strategy, and its design and general print different printing, spot color, a full version more, with a large amount of ink, bright colors. So its printing technology and other product requirements are also different.

Step 4: Paper bag then covered in the printing surface of 0.012 to 0.020 mm thick layer of transparent plastic film, paper, and plastic to form a unity of the whole India finishing process, generally divided into two kinds of pre-coated and the coating process. Depending on the different thin-film materials have high light film and the matt film of the points.

Step 5: Bronzing, UV, and other printed materials coating the surface finishing technology is a widely used mobile paper production process. It is great to meet people on the bag’s beautiful, high-end pursuit. In the production process, good control of these processes must also be part of the key points.

Step 6: The cutting process is the combination of cutting knives and knife indentation on the template used in the same piece of die-cutting machine for cutting of printed materials and processing technology indentation method, also known as “rolling marks.” It is in the process of a paper bag production important process. Directly affects the quality of cutting the quality of paper and hand molding paste system efficiency.

Step 7: Paper bags must first make a paste made the first pieces of technology planning. According to the paper the appropriate choice of adhesive materials.

 

7. Aluminium Foil Containers Production

Aluminium foil uses differ in various forms. Example like pharmaceutical tablets, bulk and unitized packaging of tea and coffee, prepared meals, baker products, frozen meat, fish, milk bottle caps, wine, lube oil, greases, powdered milk, confectionery, biscuits, photographic film, gift wraps, household wraps, butter, margarine, and cigarettes.

The global aluminium foil market size was valued at USD 23.1 billion in 2018 and is expected to advance at a CAGR of 5.3% from 2019 to 2025. Increasing demand from the food and pharmaceutical packaging sectors is expected to significantly drive the market over the coming years.

Aluminium Foil Container Production Process Step by Step:

Step 1: The first part of an aluminium container-making machine is the foil decoiler. A roll of aluminium foil is placed in the decoiler, which unwraps the foil and feeds it into the machine in straight sheets. The decoiler can have a large roll placed in it which saves time as the roll does not have to be changed often.

Step 2: The aluminium foil is then straightened so it is not out of place when it is punched into aluminium foil containers. This is done by the use of a tracking eye which aligns the foil so it is in the correct place.

Step 3: It also has a lubricator so the friction does not harm the foil causing defective aluminium foil containers. The lubrication comes from the oil feeder. The oil feeder is placed inside the machine itself so the work environment does not become messy.

Step 4: A aluminium container-making machine also consists of a foil tightening mechanism by the use of a tension device so the foil does not droop or become loose during the whole process and creates irregularly shaped containers.

Step 5: The pneumatically powered press compresses the sheet into the shape of the container. The press also has an instant breaking mechanism to separate the newly formed container from the leftover foil. The press can have a single cavity or multiple cavity moulds. The moulds decide the shape and style of the aluminium foil container.

Step 6: Collection of the completed aluminium foil containers is the last part of the process. This part can either be done manually or depending on the machine, the containers can be stacked by the machine itself. The fully automatic machines not only stack the aluminium foil containers but also counts them.

This is the basic process of manufacturing aluminium foil containers. There are different types of machines available which might vary the process slightly, but the essential process remains the same.

8. Aluminium Cans Production

Aluminium cans are the essentials items in beverages industry. The unique properties of aluminium it ideal for holding carbonated beverages. Any individual can initiate this business as small, medium and large scale basis.

The global aluminium cans market reached a value of US$ 45.51 Billion in 2020. Aluminium cans have an unparalleled safety record and currently represent one of the most widely used containers, owing to their ability to preserve the quality and flavor of the contents.

A beer can cost about 10 cents to make. In the unlikely event that the can is made entirely of imported aluminum — no recycled or domestic content — the 10 percent tariff might add a penny to the cost, or 6 cents to a six-pack.

Aluminium Cans Production Process Step by Step:

Step 1: The modern method for making aluminum cans is called two-piece drawing and wall ironing. The process begins with an aluminum ingot. The first step in the actual manufacture of the can is to cut the sheet into a circle, called a blank, that will form the bottom and sides of the can.

Step 2: The small cup resulting from the initial draw is then transferred to a second machine. A sleeve holds the cup precisely in place, and a punch lowered swiftly into the cup redraws it. The height of the cup increases simultaneously. The punch then pushes the cup against three rings called ironing rings, which stretch and thin the cup walls.

Step 3: The drawing and ironing process leaves the can slightly wavy at the top. These small ripples in the metal are called “ears.” “Earing” is an unavoidable effect of the crystalline structure of the aluminum sheet.

Step 4: The drawing and ironing process leaves the outer wall of the can with a smooth, shiny surface, so it does not require any further finishing such as polishing. After the ears are trimmed, the can is cleaned and then imprinted with its label.

Step 5: The lid is made of a slightly different alloy than the aluminum for the base and sides of the can. The inward bulge of the bottom of the can helps it withstand the pressure exerted by the liquid inside it, but the flat lid must be stiffer and stronger than the base, so it is made of aluminum with more magnesium and less manganese than the rest of the can. This results in stronger metal, and the lid is considerably thicker than the walls.

Step 6: After the neck is formed, the can is ready to be filled. The can is held tightly against the seat of a filling machine and a beverage is poured in. The lid is added. The upper flange formed when the can was given its neck is then bent around the lid and seamed shut. At this point, the can is ready for sale.

9. Egg Carton & Trays Production

Egg trays are made from scrap paper pulp. You can start this business as the home-based also. The manufacturing process is very easy and straightforward. Say you have a 400 square/f area, you can easily scale an egg tray manufacturing unit.

Global Egg Carton and Trays Market size is projected to reach USD 1734 million by 2026, from USD 1342 million in 2020, at a CAGR of 4.4% During 2020-2026.

Egg cartoon & trays are generally made of paper pulp and contain conical cavities according to the size of the egg to be racked. Egg trays can be made from paper pulp with pulp moulding machinery.

Egg Carton & Trays Production Process in 4 Easy Steps:

Step 1: Put the waste paper into the pulp-making machine, then add water and other raw materials into the pulp-making machine. Smash them into pulp. This process is equivalent to the recycling of waste paper, which is the first step to make egg carton & trays.

Step 2: Molding refers to the step that conveys the pulp into moulding machine through the pipeline. Through changing molds, it can produce egg carton & trays with different types. It can also produce apple trays, wine trays, and other industrial packaging. After successful moulding, the basic shape of egg trays is formed. But, they are wet at this time and need to go through the next egg tray production process- the drying step.

Step 3: The egg tray drying line is very long. Omni-directional and three-dimensional hot air ensure that the egg trays can be dried in a short time. The wet egg trays are conveyed to the drying line and move forward slowly, enjoying the hot air from all directions.

Step 4: This step is to package egg trays so that they can be transported and carried easily. It is the final egg tray-making process. After this, dozens of egg trays will be sent to the chicken farm, shopping mall, supermarket to realize their value.

 

10. BioDegradable Plastic Carrier Bags Production

Plastic carrier bags are part of daily life, and most popular item is packaging industry and the most lethal for the planet. But we do use it every single day. The most common application are food packaging, industrial products, textiles, frozen foods, agricultural and horticulture section, do not forget we use to through our rubbishes ….bin bags. That’s why even a small-scale manufacturing plastic carrier bag is profitable.

Up to 80 percent of ocean plastic pollution enters the ocean from land. At least 267 different species have been affected by plastic pollution in the ocean. 100,000 marine animals are killed by plastic bags annually.

There has been a decrease of 86% in the sale of single-use plastic bags by the big seven supermarkets in England.

Where currently, the bio-plastics carrier bags market is witnessing high demand across various industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, automotive, retail, health, and personal care as they come in a wide range of attractive designs and shapes.

Biodegradation is the action of microorganisms to decompose a substance into its constituent elements or new compounds. This is the key process by which biodegradable plastics are broken down in the environment.

Homemade Biodegradable Plastic Carrier Bags Production Step by Step:

Step 1: Take a container first

Step 2: Add 1 tablespoon of cornstarch

Step 3: Add 4 tablespoons of water and mix with cornstarch until it dissolves

Step 4: Add 1 tablespoon of glycerin, 1 tablespoon of vinegar and mix well

Step 5: With the mixture ready, heat over a low heat while stirring

Step 6: When you have a thick, lump-free mass, remove it from the fire

Step 7: Leave the dough to dry on a non-stick surface or on cling film

Step 8: When the dough is dry, you simply have to shape it to create the bag – it’s important not to wait until it’s completely cold, as you won’t be able to change its shape.

Step 9: After shaping the bag, let it dry for 2-3 days.

The above homemade process is an example of how easily you can create biodegradable plastic carrier bags. If you do some more research larger production on a daily basis can be achieved easily.

 

Conclusion

packaging protects every product on its way to the consumer. A package protects a product during shipment. These are some most common packaging business ideas. The good thing about the packaging business chances of losses is very low.

Our team can help you to get started with any of these businesses including all sourcing, making, and reaching customers online. Feel free to contact us for any assistance.

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