Our flexible films are used in the sectors Food, Non-Food and Medical/Pharma. The product portfolio is divided into four main types of application - please choose:

  • IDEAS & PROCESS KNOW-HOW Development
  • TAILORED SUBSIDIARY-ROLLS Slitting and packing
  • Development

    The consistent development of our existing products and the new development of customer- tailored solutions are central preconditions to enable us to serve our demanding sales markets with innovative film systems.

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  • Extrusion

    The manufacturing of thermoplastic polymer films by extrusion has been our company’s specialist area for more than four decades.

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  • Converting

    In modern production processes we conduct targeted combinations of different functional films into composite structures that unite the properties of the used materials.

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  • Slitting and packing

    At the end of our production chain, roll packaging takes place with subsequent packaging and shipping preparation.

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  • Service

    We maintain close contact with our customers and offer them comprehensive assistance in order to fulfil their demands quickly and flexibly.

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Special website
Flexibles for Recycling

The recyclable design of packaging materials is becoming more and more important worldwide. This is the only way to establish a functioning circular economy and to ensure reliable protection for sensitive goods at the same time. For this reason, we are developing resource and environmentally efficient film structures for the future according to the guiding principle "Flexibles for Recycling". Please visit our special website relating to this topic!


ChemCycling of Plastic Packaging

Since mechanical recycling of plastic waste provides only limited possibilities, the German chemical company BASF is working with several partners on a chemical recycling process. From our point of view, this is an innovative approach that can make a major contribution to the sustainability of plastic packaging in the future.

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