History

POLIPAKS was founded in 1996 as a manufacturer of packaging materials. Since then our experience has grown year on year in polymer film extrusion and the production of many different packaging products using these films.

In 2000 we started working with flexographic printing, since then we have been developing and expanding our technological capabilities and the range of products and services we can offer to our Customers.

Since 2003 we have updated our production facilities by installing the latest manufacturing equipment, this was supplied by European Companies who specialise in extrusion, flexographic lamination and peripheral technologies.

In 2004 with the support of the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA) and the ERAF co-financing programme, we have been able to implement a number of investment projects aimed at the procurement of new hi-tech equipment, this has helped the Company expand into new markets.

Since 2009 our printing capabilities have expanded we can now offer our Customers 10 colour, large format printing and lamination.

In 2010 we opened a manufacturing site for the production of printing plates using FAST HD technology.

In 2012 the Production Quality Management System of the company was certified in accordance with the ISO 9001-2008 standard.

During 2012-2015 POLIPAKS and its subsidiary company POLIPAKS NT and with the support from the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia, began constructing a new modern production and logistics centre, with a total area of 35,000 sq. meters in Marupe a suburb of Riga, a 10 minutes’ drive from Riga Airport.

In 2015 the Company moved to this new cutting-edge production facility.

2015 was also marked by the development and marketing of new products created on the basis of 9-layer extrusion technology that is designed for the production of high-barrier films.

In April 2016 our packaging production plant was certified in accordance with the BRC (British Retail Consortium) Global Standard for PACKAGING AND PACKAGING MATERIALS (2015) receiving the highest category - AA.