Polypropylene bags

Polypropylene bags

Polypropylene bags are packages obtained from polypropylene mixed with various adjuvants, which are meant to increase their quality in terms of filling and distribution networks of the packed product.

The bags are obtained by weaving the PP threads with smoothness between 600-1200 dens, being closed at one end.


Polyethylene bags

Polyethylene bagsPolyethylene bags are obtained by extruding low density polyethylene.

They have a circular shape, with a continuous welding at a distance of at least 3mm from the base of the bag, so as to withstand shocks that the bag may suffer under normal conditions of transport.


Raschel Bags

Raschel BagsThe rare mesh of these bags allows breathing, ensures freshness and provides a clear picture of the content;

They are used for packaging vegetables (potatoes, bell peppers, onions, carrots) and a wide variety of fruits




BIG-BAG BagsThe advantages of using Big-Bags:

  • tight seal by strangulation with their own cords;
  • fast loading and unloading;
  • high resistance to handling;
  • withstands many cycles of use, are made of reinforced polypropylene (raffia);
  • high resistance to moisture;
  • they can also be waterproof, lined on the inside with a polyethylene foil glued to the braided raffia or with a removable cover made of polyethylene foil;
  • sizes tailored to customer's needs;
  • they have an envelope for documents attached
  • volumes between 1 si 2m3 and withstands up to 2000kg.