Cigarette Pack & Carton
Cigarette packs and cartons are the primary packaging used for retail distribution and sale of cigarettes. A cigarette pack typically contains 20 individual cigarettes, while a carton usually holds multiple packs, commonly 10 packs (200 cigarettes). The packaging is designed to protect the cigarettes from damage and maintain their freshness until they reach the consumer. Cigarette packs and cartons come in various sizes, shapes, and designs, often featuring branding elements, health warnings, and regulatory information. The material used for packaging is generally a combination of paperboard and foil, ensuring durability and protection from external factors. In many countries, there are strict regulations regarding cigarette packaging, such as graphic health warnings, to discourage smoking and promote public health. Cigarette packs and cartons play a significant role in the marketing and distribution of tobacco products, and their design and labeling are subject to ongoing changes in response to evolving regulations and consumer preferences. Offset printing, Gravure printing, Silkscreen printing, Hot-foil stamping, Holographic anti-counterfeiting techniques, etc.