Lorven Flex and Sack India to focus on exports, expand capacity

Flexible packaging solutions provider

M Ali Baig and Sreedhar K of Lorven at IIDE 2019.

Hyderabad-based flexible packaging solutions provider, Lorven Flex and Sack India is focusing on expanding its footprint in the export market .They will be working on enhancing its capacity as well, Sreedhar K, senior marketing manager of the company said during the recently concluded India International Dairy Expo 2019 that was held in Mumbai.

“At present exports constitute a very small proportion of our business. We are increasing our marketing efforts in order to grow in the overseas markets. The quality of our work gives us the confidence that we will succeed. We have participated in this expo mainly to meet potential overseas clients,” says Sreedhar.

At IIDE 2019, the company showed all types of flexible packaging solutions it can offer with special focus on multi-layer films for milk pouches, 7-layer UHT films for milk pouches and well as multi-layer films for other dairy products such as ghee, lassi and butter milk, among others.

At present in the dairy industry, Lorven Flex and Sack India services brands such as Sudha Dairy, Vishaka Dairy, Srichakra, Saras, Dodla Dairy, Mahanand Annapurna Milk and Narmul, among many others.

In the near future, the company will be enhancing its converting capacity from current 12,000 tons per year to 15,000 tons per year. Lorven Flex and Sack India operates from three manufacturing units in Hyderabad where it employs three rotogravure press from Raulimex and one CI flexo press from Uteco. In addition to these presses, that company has a modern finishing department as well. The company also boasts of 5- and 7-layer barrier coextrusion blown film line and a quality control lab.

Lorven Flex and Sack India is a part of the bigger Lorven Group. In addition to manufacturing printed flexible packaging solutions and barrier films, it also manufactures printed non-woven fabric, printed non-woven bags, printed and non-printed PP and HDPE woven sacks and BOPP woven sacks.

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