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Our production line consists of extruders, slitting, laminating, printing, cutting & wrapping machines; all adapted to the most sophisticated global standards to ensure liability, caliber and proficiency.

Some of our raw materials are exported in the form of resins, where they melt through the extrusion machine and then transformed into sheets. The layers are adhered with glue solvents through the laminating machine in order to reach a certain thickness and specification for the required bag or roll.

Our Italian printing Flexo-machines print up to 8 colors with the highest resolutions. The fast printing speed, multi-color print, and outstanding quality make it internationally recognized as one of the most sophisticated machines. The light axle control systems of these machines guarantee high-speed printing on different materials. We are also equipped with ultraviolet chromatographic detectors and other advanced digital management systems that guarantee high printing quality.

Our final Products are designed for vacuum packing of pistachios, cheese, meat, cereals, pickles, spices, juice, marine food, to name just a few.

We trade these Products to small and large scale industries throughout the country and worldwide at competitive prices.Driven by innovation, we bring up designs and clichés that respond to the customers' taste and deadlines.


We Work Together: Designers and Manufacturers.

Driven by innovation, we bring up designs and clichés that respond to the customers' taste and deadlines.

We customize a wide variety of products across many industries. With each customer having different needs, our work is geared towards guaranteeing the same level of satisfaction for all different requirements.

Whether you seek labels and perforated safety seals for cans and bottles, small sachets, zipper bags, stand up pouches, our design and manufacturing procedures ensure that your project is completed just as planned; On-Time, and beyond satisfactory.


The process starts with the resin (Raw Materials as plastic pellets) that are fed into an extruder machine through a heated screw where it is forced to mix and melt to a liquid state.

The screw pushes the melted resin through a die leading it into a tube. Blowing air through the center of the die ring expands the tube, sometimes called a bubble (much like blowing up a balloon). The amount of air and speed in which the tube travels up a tower determines the size and thickness of the plastic.

The bubble travels up a tower to cool the melted plastic. Once cooled, the bubble is flattened and moves down the tower through a set of rollers.

When the plastic reaches the bottom, it is folded on a large roll. If the plastic is to be printed, an additional step is done during the extrusion process. The plastic is electro-statically treated; this places little dents in its surface allowing ink to stick to the plastic.

During the printing process, the equipment determines how many colors it is capable of printing. The colors are applied one at a time beginning with the lightest color. Although the inks are capable of drying very fast, some heat is applied during the drying process.

Those rolls are then shifted to be cut through the slitting machines. If there are many layers to be added (to reach a certain complex), then it is also transferred to the laminating machine, using special glue material to attach those layers into one.

Cutting is the final process where it is executed as per the needed measurements. The whole is packed neatly and professionally and ready for door to door delivery.