Lege was established in 1993 for various kinds of packages of solid board and corrugated board. It produces a full assortment of blanking die and flap packaged in different dimensions, shapes, and colors depending on the needs of customers. Lege uses the most eco-friendly and recyclable materials for their cardboard and corrugated board containers.
A significant development at Lege was to start production of cushion pads since 1998 by considering the growing interest in high quality packaging products in the Polish market. Two years later, the production line of cushion pads was split and then Arpak was established. Initially, Arpak was presented in Poland, but about a year later it started exporting to Germany, France, Sweden, Spain, Asia (China, Korea) and South America (Mexico).
Arpak cushion pads are manufactured from very high quality raw materials like pure cellulose paper and they do not contain an Optical Brightening Agent. Therefore, they are used in direct contact with food and for packaging in organic food industries. In January 2009 Arpak was certified as meeting the requirements of BRC / IoP (British Retail Consortium – Global Standard for Packaging and Packaging Materials). The possession of a BRC / IoP certificate confirms that a company is selling products that meet requirements concerning health, safety and quality.
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