History has shown that at the beginning of human civilization there was no need for food packaging, but people went from one place to another to get food until they found shelters for themselves. In such circumstances, they had to collect food from different places and bring them to their place of residence. This requirement made the first types of packaging, such as dried squash, shells, leaves, animal skins and other natural materials, to be used for transferring water, milk, yogurt, oil or dough from animal skin. They used animal horns to transport and store food and agricultural products (still used in tropical bamboo areas for food storage).
The emergence of the industrial revolution in global market and Iranian market has created a fundamental transformation in the commodity production system due to global market and Iranian market. The Industrial Revolution struck the world’s markets such as Iranian market American market and so on with the eruption of various industrial goods. The variety of goods and the intensive competition between manufacturers and merchants gradually packed products into addition to other sciences. With further advancement, other sciences such as individual, social and ergonomic psychology were added to this collection in order to strengthen global market Iranian market and so on. Package development has led to the industry becoming independent from other industries, and competition and demand have led the packaging industry to make a significant contribution to the budgets of manufacturing companies In not only Iranian market but also global market.
Today, packaging industry in global market and Iranian market has become a powerful technology. The history of metal packaging, requiring better and more durable packaging, led to the emergence and expansion of metal containers in not only global market but also in Iranian market too. The canisters began since Napoleon. For a long time canned cans were made by hand. From the early twentieth century, metal cans with a hygienic shape were developed, and it was possible to use faster equipment for making, filling and closing metal cans. The History of Paper and Cardboard Packaging and its evolution of packaging with cardboard and paper dates back to the history of making paper, although wood and its other subsidiary products have long served humanity, but they are packed in cardboard and paper after its appearance, the paper was created and it has progressed so quickly in global market and Iranian market.
As we know, for the first time in three thousand BC, the ancient Egyptians and in the Iranian market, which at that time were considered one of the most important human centers, used to write papyrus. The first paper mill in the sixth century was taught by the Arabs in this art by the Chinese in Samarkand. The Arabs then set up a factory in Baghdad, where the factory used white fabric for the first time instead of bamboo.
The first paper factory in Europe was created in Spain. The Spaniards used blue mills to make dough, and, at the same time, wire mesh replaced bamboo chains that were used by the Chinese, later it came to other countries such as France and the Netherlands. In Iranian market, following the Samarkand factory operated by the Chinese, the first paper mill was built in 1328 in Kahrizaz, which used waste paper for paper and cardboard production, followed by a number of other manufacturing units in other parts of Iranian market. It aroused the first modern Iranian factory which was built in 1349 in the Haft Tapeh Khuzestan to produce paper bags using bagasse out of Iranian market. Subsequently, the Iranian wood and paper factory (Chouka) produced paste and paste from imported pulp and domestic paper out of Iranian market. The history of the plastic packaging of the plastic industry development dates back to 1843, when the African surgeon Dr. Montgomeric reported that it was possible to make a good knife for the use of the percha gutta. After the Gutta Percha company was formed, the balls and billiard balls were also prepared among Iranian market Chinese market and western markets.
In the context of the packaging industry with the invention of polyethylene, unexpected developments occurred in the UK. In December 1935, British chemists reacted under pressure and changed the amount to a new substance called ethylene, which had good thermal insulation properties for global market and Iranian market.
Glass packaging history Before the late nineteenth century, not only barley but mineral water, sauces, pickles, jams, and other products that were previously sold outdoors were packed for sale in glass containers and in Iranian market too. The bottle was still produced in a relatively backward manner. The bottles that were produced in the form of wind blowing in this period were so strange that before the First World War, each bottle they knew, and one oven, were called the bottle. But over the course of the past century, bottle production has gradually improved among all the markets around the world such as Iranian market. With the mass production of bottles and the variation in the size and volume of the current human being, it has been possible to consider glass containers as an important item in the packages and to some extent reveal its role. Today, more than hundreds of types of goods and materials are packed in glass packets and delivered to the market with superior quality not only in Iranian market but also in global market too. Of course, it should be noted that the science of glass in Iranian market has been since ancient times and it is now also growing.