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Pac-Rite Plastics’ manufacturing capabilities include Extrusion, Printing, Bagmaking, Slitting, and Lamination. Local and import polymers are extruded and extruded as per the customer’s specification and requirements. 


The extrusion production capacity is in excess of 3300 tons p/a. Our machinery consists of 4 Italian Mono extrusion lines, and 1 Euro Co-Extrusion line with film thicknesses that can be run ranging from 20 micron to 200 micron.

Polymer blends consisting of specialty and performance polymers are extruded to meet and exceed their intended use. Typical films extruded are shrink films, form fill and seal sheeting, general packaging films or bags, agriculture film, and films for liquid packaging. All these are available as printed or unprinted. 


The printing process of Flexography (Flexo) is offered at Pac-Rite Plastics. We have 2 OFEM CI presses with printing up to 8 colours- basic line work or full colour process work. Substrates that can be printed include polyethylene films, metallic films, polypropylene films and paper. 

In-house ink technicians ensure that colours are matched to the required pantone reference, or colour standard to ensure consistency from batch to batch. 

Printed products are either converted to bags or slit into sheeting.



The bagmaking department comprises of side seal, bottom seal, and spine seal machines. 

Products manufactured are general side seal bags, boutique bags, euro slot bags, flexi-handle bags, shirt bags with resealable tape, bottom seal bags, spine seal bags, spine seal bags with handles, 3 seal pouches and stand-up pouches. 



The slitting department has 3 slitting machines that slits the jumbo reels down to narrower widths as per the customers’ specifications. Sheeting is generally printed as multiplies across to be most cost effective. This is then slit down to smaller reels that can be handled by our packers.



Pac-Rite now offers Lamination, a process of manufacturing packaging in multiple layers, so that the composite material achieves improved strength, stability, sound insulation, appearance or other properties from the use of the differing materials. PET, BOPP, Nylon and LLDPE films are generally used. The process is solvent-free meaning there is no solvent and no risks of emissions, making it safe for food packaging. Plus, there is no need to use ovens for drying. Benefits also include that it runs at high-speed using less energy, reduced capital investment costs as compared to solvent-based laminators and the footprint is also minor in comparison to a solvent-based laminator.



All the products manufactured are carefully inspected at every point of the process. These products are checked against their standard to ensure that they meet the required specifications.

Finished products are then packaged and palletized to ensure product preservation.


Pac-Rite is committed to comply with the relevant Environmental Legislation and the Health and Safety Act to play its part for a better quality of life for the future of all. We therefore carefully manage our waste streams by recycling, reducing our overall waste as well as our energy usage, and practicing pollution prevention in order to minimize our carbon footprint.


Once manufactured, Invesco Industries invoices the finished products to Pac-Rite Plastics. Pac-Rite then invoices the client and dispatches goods in transit. Here you can see our range of high-quality products. You can be sure that our products always meet the latest standards and your requirements.

Please contact us for more information.