By Material



(Linear Low-Density Polyethylene)

LDPE is used predominantly in film applications due to its toughness, flexibility, and relative transparency, making it popular for use in applications where heat sealing is necessary.



Polypropylene Retail Film is the best choice where bag clarity is the primary performance requirement. This high-strength, multi-layer film offers low haze properties and high Oxygen Transfer Rates (OTR) that resists odor seepage.


PET is a hard, stiff, strong, dimensionally stable material that absorbs very little water. It has good gas barrier properties and good chemical resistance. PET film is easily thermoformed and is often used to make over the counter medicine packs, or blister packs, as they are commonly called in the industry. Also, crystallizable PET plastic film is perfect for frozen dinners packaging.


Polyamide (PA), also known as nylon, is a clear and printable thermoplastic that has a relatively high melting point, exceptional strength and toughness, and good oxygen barrier properties. These properties make PA ideal for use in conventional and microwave cooking applications.


There has been a trend toward conversion from other package formats to flexible packaging in many product categories, due to its lightweight nature, shelf life extension, easy open/reclose along with other features enabled through flexible packaging. The convergence of more people and more packaging, also means that sustainability and end-of-life considerations are gaining in importance for consumer product companies and package developers.


(Bioriented Polypropylene)

The product Research and Development division was created with the aim to constantly innovate its products and solutions, and to be the first to offer those solutions to its customers. This allows customers to present products that do not yet exist in the market or are still in the laboratories. This area of expertise is not just limited to packaging equipment and packaging material, but the customer can talk about processing technologies, new devices, and innovative materials: in practice everything that makes things easier, more efficient, cleaner, and more sustainable.