Greater Resources for Your Interest in Pouch Fitment/Weld Spout Insertion


HQC installs automated pouch fitment insertion machine to benefit converters, end users, and film & design firms alike

At HQC, our goal is to assist brand owners and film and pouch converters with every aspect of launching a spouted pouch product. Beyond designing, molding and assembling stock and custom pouch fitments, we simplify the package-development process. HQC becomes an extension of your research and development team.

HQC recognized the lack of supplier infrastructure needed to support the growing interest in and demand for fitmented stand-up pouches in the U.S. In response, we’ve drawn on our 27 years of expertise in precision injection molding to establish a new fitmented pouch product development program.

Customers are interested in our proving ground for fitments and capitalizing on the program’s advantages. Taking a hands-on approach, they are bringing in their pouches and working with us to optimize the insertion of fitments/weld spouts.

HQC’s new fitment insertion equipment bridges the gaps among concept, testing and commercial launch. Currently, our fitment insertion will focus on product development activities and market test quantities. Once your fitment and pouch film interface are optimized with the equipment, production can be transferred to your converter of choice.

The automated inserter also complements our other services, including burst and leak testing as well as 3D printing for custom fitment and closure designs.

During a new spouted pouch project’s development phase, we work with all supplier partners to ensure all facets of the launch are addressed in a much shorter time. Our in-house seal bar development and process-control optimization have enabled us to resolve issues for key customers and help expedite successful product introductions.

Contact us at (630) 820-5550 to discuss what we can achieve for your fitmented pouch project. We’ll be ready to assist you with the expertise and response times that differentiate HQC.