In Gidea PAC, a typical MOQ ranges from 5,000 to 20,000 units. Click here get more information about MOQ.

It depends on the country you are in or the region where your products are sold. Click here get more information about labelling regulations.

We give out free samples of product we have on stock. If you need more samples than usual, we charge a small fee. We also ask customers to pay for shipping using their own FedEx or UPS account or with a credit card. For some specially made samples, we charge a fee to cover the costs of making and bringing in the samples for you.

The lead time for large quantity orders can vary depending on the specific requirements and order size usually 5K-10K. We work closely with our clients to provide estimated lead times and ensure timely delivery.

Yes, please provide your FedEx account number before you place order. 


Of course Gidea PAC, welcome all customization options, including shape, material, printing…

Yes! Here is Gidea PAC lastest catalogue.


Ocean-bound plastic(OBP) is an “Abandoned Plastic Waste” (microplastics, mezzo-plastics and macro-plastics), located within 50km from shores where waste management is inexistent or inefficient. 

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PCR is short for post-consumer recycled. After the post-consumer plastic is recycled, it is sorted, cleaned and granulated by the recycling system to make new plastic granules. Plastic pellets have the same structure as the plastic before recycling. This practice not only reduces carbon dioxide emissions, but also reduces energy consumption. In the following article we answer frequently asked questions about this material.

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The process of producing PCR typically starts with the collection and sorting of discarded plastics from commercial and residential recycling programs. The collected items are then ground, washed, dried, and pelletized.

To ensure high-quality PCR material, only recyclable plastics can be collected, as the recycling process degrades non-recyclable plastics beyond reuse. Currently, the most frequently used PCR materials include PP, PE, and PET.

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Polylactic acid, also known as PLA, is a type of plastic made from renewable and organic sources like corn starch or sugar cane. Unlike most plastics that are derived from fossil fuels through petroleum distillation and polymerization, PLA is produced using biomass resources.

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Bamboo material can be used for a wide variety of beauty packaging categories. It can be used to make jars for creams, balms, and face masks, tubes for lip balm, lotion, and sunscreen, bottles for shampoo, conditioner, and body wash, caps and lids to seal and protect glass or plastic containers, as well as beauty tools such as makeup brushes and applicators.

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Mono material in cosmetic packaging refers to packaging that is made from a single type of material, rather than multiple materials that are difficult to separate or recycle. The aim of using mono material is to make recycling and disposal easier and more environmentally friendly.

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If you're currently facing difficulties in finding the ideal packaging solution, look no further. Gidea Packaging provides a plethora of options to meet your specific needs, including the availability of private molds.

Take the first step towards finding the perfect packaging solution by requesting a complimentary consultation with one of our knowledgeable packaging experts.