imgimgThe Manufacturing unit, with an installed capacity of 150 tonnes per month, is housed in a 30000 SQ.FT plot with a built up area of 6000 sq.ft located between North beach and WestHill railway station, in Kozhikode district of Kerala.

We are equipped with single die, twin die and four die Monolayer blown film plant and fully automated as well as semi automated bag making machines.

The Processing technique is generally known as extrusion and the raw material is petroleum-derived resins known as thermoplastic polymers that have the capability of being shaped through the application of heat and pressure into plastic sheets. These sheets are then converted to various bag configurations.

img According to the findings of The ULS Report, (An US journal to help people use less stuff by conserving resources and reducing waste) polyethylene packaging has the following environmental advantage compared to the conventional paper packaging. : Plastic bags consume less than 6% of the water needed to make paper bags.

Plastic grocery bags consume 71% less energy during production than paper bags. Significantly, even though traditional disposable plastic bags are produced from fossil fuels, the total non-renewable energy consumed during their lifecycle is up to 36% less than the non-renewable energy consumed during the lifecycle of paper bags and up to 64% less than that consumed by biodegradable plastic bags. Using paper sacks generates almost five times more solid waste than using plastic bags.

After four or more uses, reusable plastic bags are superior to all types of disposable bags --paper, polyethylene and compostable plastic -- across all significant environmental indicators.