Photoblog: Masterpak Exhibits Flexible Packaging at FRUIT LOGISTICA 2015

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Masterpak, Lebanese polyethylene (PE) film manufacturer, showcased tailored plastic film solutions for agricultural and horticultural sectors at Hall 8.2, Booth # A11 during FRUIT LOGISTICA 2015 from 4-6 February at Messe Berlin, Germany.

The polyethylene manufacturer displayed greenhouse plastics, mulch film, silage cover for five consecutive years.

During FRUIT LOGISTICA 2015, attendees got the chance to meet with Masterpak's representatives at Booth # A11, and shared technical expertise, discussed the manufacturer’s wide array of plastic films, and strengthened business relationships with customers and prospects. Masterpak's complete line of agricultural films also includes: grapevine plastic covers, mulch films, low tunnel films, water membranes, banana bunch covers, ground cover films, compost and forage bags, hydroponic gully films.

The reliable flexible packaging manufacturer ranked of the multinational INDEVCO Group’s presence to serve global markets, with exports accounting for 70% of MASTERPAK’s annual turnover.

 

About Masterpak

Masterpak produces high-quality co-extruded polyethylene (PE) films and bags. The Lebanese polyethylene manufacturer serves the agricultural, industrial, construction, catering, food, beverage, hygiene and tissue, soap and detergent, petrochemical and chemical, in addition to retail and household plastics sectors in Europe, the Arabian Gulf, the Middle East, Africa, America and Australia. Established in Zouk Mosbeh, Lebanon in 1974, Masterpak is a member of the multinational INDEVCO Group.

Masterpak provides the agricultural and horticultural industry with: compost and forage bags, greenhouse covers, ground cover film, hydroponic gully film, low tunnel film, mulch film, silage covers, soil disinfection film, water membrane and banana bags. 

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