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We offer a range of tailor-made printed or unprinted films, laminated and barrier films. These include two-layer, three-layer & multi-layer films, which can be customized to provide the required barrier protection. We can offer you printed films with solvent or solvent-free adhesives, depending on your requirements. Our laminates include Polyethylene (PE), Polypropylene (PP, BOPP), Polyester (PET, metalized PET), Polyamides (BOPA), Foils (Aluminium), and Nylon (NY), or any number of combinations of these individual films, maintaining the quality and integrity of your product, whilst enhancing your brand image with the highest quality packaging.
Lamination of two or more layers, for all combinations of materials in a flexible package.
Our primary objective is to ensure the quality of the products produced and the diffusion of this philosophy throughout our range of activities.
Our commitment is to adhere to the regulations of European legislation and to fully implement the Quality and Safety Management Systems.
Specialization in flexographic printing, laminating, roll-cutting, and bag-making of flexible packaging materials.
Flexible packaging is a form of packaging that has no rigid structure of its own (such as hard plastics), but actually conforms – and follows the contours of – the product that is enclosed in it (and is protected by it). Examples of flexible packaging include liners, pouches, seals, sample packets and bags.
Basically all applications where the product needs to be protected and its shelf life extended. This applies to a huge variety of food products for human and animal consumption, but applications are almost as common for non-food products, which can require functional and highly technical film structures.
Lamination is used to improve the barrier properties of the packaging material in order to protect the packaged item and increase its shelf life. Typically flexible packaging laminates have three main functions: mechanical properties that improve the strength of the material. The barrier properties that protect from outside deteriorating agents (i.e. light, moisture, gas, oxygen, etc.) and also prevent loss of the product qualities such as freshness and aroma in the case of food; and finally, the substrate sealability that hermetically closes the flexible packaging.
You will find yourself working in a true partnership that results in an incredible experience, and an end product that is the best.