Shakoflex innovative flexible packaging solution at interpack

Hall FG Stand FG15-2-05

Shakoflex flexible packaging solutions

Mumbai-headquartered Shako Flexipack Private Limited (Shakoflex) manufactures flexible packaging products such as printed and laminated packaging films in rolls-stock and a complete line of converted products such as standup pouches, center-seal and pillow and back seam bags side-gussetted, flat-bottom and various other bag formats integrating zipper, spout, hole, d-punch, rivets, etc. The company’ has a manufacturing plant located in Rajpur, north Gujarat.

Shakoflex will be exhibiting at interpack 2017 for the first time, where it will be showing flexible packaging films, laminates, pouches and bags. The company believes in offering great quality at attractive costs and the fact that it has BRC-IOP accreditation helps it attract overseas customers. The aim of participating in the event is also to use the interpack platform to educate overseas potential customers that India offers innovative flexible packaging solutions and that the industry is growing at a robust pace.

In addition to offering flexible packaging solutions, Shakoflex is a fully and vertically integrated supplier of container sealing products, commonly known as induction heat seal liners and wads as well as heat seal foils and films.

The company will be in Hall FG, Stand FG15-2-05.

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