Design R&D

Paper Processing Procedure

  • Client Consultation

    We collect data and solicit opinions regarding the client's preferred design direction.

  • Paper Processing

    By employing our laser cutter, printer, and coding machine, we fabricate a preliminary sample for the client's evaluation.

  • Initial Sample Exhibition
    (Design Application)

    We identify and address potential complications arising during sample manufacturing, propose enhancements, and determine an optimized course of action.

  • Secondary Sample Exhibition
    (Print Presentation)

    Following a comprehensive comparison, rectification, and integration of the client's design draft, we present the second sample

  • Sample Finalization

    The ultimate sample is ratified after undergoing two stages of revision. (Initial and Secondary presentations).

  • Delivery Following
    Development & Production

    Post sample endorsement, we commence mass production and subsequently deliver the completed product.

Molding Processing Procedure

  • Consultation

    We gather opinions and data on the client's desired design direction.

  • Molding

    The initial stage of molding development involves the R&D team devising a design plan.

  • Initial Sample Exhibition
    (Material and Shape Determination)

    Upon completing the design, we process it using resin and aluminum and then unveil the resulting sample.

  • Secondary Sample Exhibition
    (Quantity and Size Verification)

    Clients use revised and enhanced samples to assess the design and size.

  • Approval of Molding Sample

    The principal mold production commences once the final sample is endorsed following the first and second sample refinement processes.

  • Delivery Following Mold
    Development & Production

    Molding operations proceed, culminating in the delivery of the finished product.


  • PolyproPylene

    DURE is committed to developing food containers composed of materials free from hazardous substances and endocrine disruptors, ensuring wholesome meals for consumers. By abstaining from using DEHP or Bisphenol A in raw polypropylene (PP) materials, our containers eliminate the risk of harmful substance detection within the human body. Furthermore, their heat-resistant properties ensure that the product maintains its integrity even when exposed to microwave oven usage.

  • Polyethylene Terephthalate

    DURE is dedicated to realizing its vision of establishing a prominent disposable food container industry position, leveraging cutting-edge technology and a competitive edge. By utilizing the versatile polyethylene terephthalate (PET) material, we expertly fabricate our food containers in a wide variety of designs and shapes to cater to diverse business needs.

  • Polylactic Acid

    1. Eco-label Certification Rationale: Minimizing local environmental pollution and reducing harmful substances.

    2. Disposal Guidelines: Upon discarding, avoid mixing with recyclable synthetic resins and dispose of them in designated trash bags.

    3. Product Storage and Usage Instructions:

    a) Our product utilizes biodegradable resin, which will break down if the guidelines in section c) are followed.

    b) The product's intended functionality can be maintained for up to 3 years when employed correctly.

    c) For optimal usage, keep the product away from direct sunlight, store it in an environment below 60 degrees Celsius, and ensure its natural decomposition by microorganisms when buried.

  • Aluminium

    DURE's diverse range of aluminum products is available in an array of shapes and configurations, ensuring their versatility and suitability as multi-purpose food containers for a wide variety of applications. DURE's aluminum containers are safe for use in a microwave oven.

  • Paper

    DURE is a corporate entity emphasizing the importance of societal welfare and environmental sustainability. Through our significant contributions to the national economy and dedication to implementing shared management principles, we strive for a responsible and equitable business approach.

  • Bagasse Pulp

    Bagasse pulp boasts sustainability and cost-effectiveness, making it an attractive option for eco-conscious businesses. Derived from sugarcane waste, this biodegradable and compostable material reduces reliance on virgin wood, supports waste reduction, and reinforces a green global footprint.