Plastic Thermoforming Tray

Plastic thermoforming trays, also known as plastic inner trays or vacuum-formed trays, are made by using vacuum-forming technology to create specific grooves in plastic sheets. Products are then placed in these grooves to protect and enhance their appearance.


  • Made from plastic sheeting
  • Thickness typically not exceeding 1.5mm
  • Common materials include PVC, PET, PP, and PS
  • Can be designed to withstand the weight and shape of the products they hold
  • Customizable to fit specific product needs


The raw material for vacuum-formed trays is plastic sheeting, with a thickness typically not exceeding 1.5mm. Common materials used include PVC, PET, PP, and PS, as well as velvet-flocked, gold-plated, and anti-static plastic sheets.


There are many different types of vacuum-formed trays available, with these trays being one of the most popular types of vacuum-formed products. They are known for their strength and durability, and can be designed to withstand the weight and shape of the products they are intended to hold. The thickness of the material used for these trays can vary depending on the packaging needs of the product. Vacuum-formed trays are commonly used in a variety of industries, including electronics, toys, stationery, technology products, cosmetics, and health products.


In terms of materials used, PVC and PS hard plastic sheets are commonly used for these trays. Transparent vacuum-formed trays are the most commonly used in packaging, while other colors can be chosen based on individual needs and preferences.


Vacuum-formed trays offer many advantages over other types of inner trays. They are lightweight and easy to handle, making them ideal for use in automated packaging lines. They are also durable and can withstand the rigors of transportation and handling. Additionally, vacuum-formed trays can be customized to fit the specific needs of different products, making them a versatile packaging solution.


Vacuum-formed trays are a popular and effective way to protect and enhance the appearance of products. With many different types of materials available and the ability to customize trays to fit specific needs, vacuum-formed trays are an ideal choice for a wide range of industries.