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Quality is at the heart of everything we do

Committed to excellence

We will persistently strive to improve our range of rPet sheets and service levels to our valued customers. We will not rest on our accomplishments, but will rather build on them to be the best we can be and set new quality standards in our industry. We expect more of ourselves and we endeavour to exceed expectations in every project we undertake for our customers

The mark of quality

Packaging is a fundamental part of any brand. It defines product integrity, security and drives innovation. Consumers are attracted to strong and recognisable products that need to be consistent in size, colour and shape. Packaging is therefore an integral part of the manufacturing process.

The BRC Global Standard for Packaging and Packaging Materials is the first Packaging Standard in the world to be recognised by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GSFI) benchmarking committee. It’s why, we as one of over 3,500 packaging suppliers in over 80 countries have chosen to be certificated to this prestigious quality and food safety scheme.

In January 2016, Pakway achieved the highest grade, an AA award from BRC and we have continued to improve the quality and integrity of our rPet sheet by investing in the latest technology and training for our dedicated team. We endeavour to continue improving the quality of our product range and to service the thermoforming industry as best we can.

Quality rPet Extrusion – High IV

Our rPet gives you a constantly high IV value. With a typical input material exceeding 0.78 IV. Our extrusion process has a minimal effect on the IV levels with a typical value loss of 0.02 on the finished sheet.

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