Packaging machinery develops with the emergence of new packaging materials and the continuous innovation of packaging technology.
China invented papermaking technology, providing a condition for creating paper packaging in history.
World paper prices collapsed in 1850, and paper packaging began to be used for food.
In 1852, F. Lee created a paper bag machine in the United States, resulting in paper machinery.
In 1861, Germany built the world's first packing machinery plant, and in 1911, it produced a fully automatic filling and sealing machine.
In 1890, the United States began producing liquid filling machines, and in 1902 produced gravity filling machines.
In the early twentieth Century, P. Du Lande of England used metal containers to preserve food, so that all kinds of canned food were produced.
Since 60s, new materials have gradually replaced traditional packaging materials, especially plastic packaging materials. The rise of supermarkets has raised new requirements for packaging of goods.
In order to ensure the fast and safe delivery of goods, the containers have come into being, and the size of the assembly box has gradually been standardized and serialized, thus promoting the further improvement and development of the packaging machinery.