PVC (polyvinyl chloride) foil is welded using high frequency. A technique that has been known since the mid-1950s. We have modern machinery and long experience with welding of PVC foil.

PVC foil is easy to control and create fine products such as binders, pockets, sleeves, covers and packaging to name a few.

PVC is the plastic type that is most thoroughly explored. PVC uses far less non-renewable oil resources than other thermoplastics. PVC plastic is known as an environmentally friendly material that affects the environment less than alternatives.


Under our production line laminated we produce a variety of packaging, like boxes, slip cases and magazine cartridges. These are produced by laminating various materials over cardboard, this process requires both machinery and professional, competent staff.

All products are customised and manufactured with different materials and printing methods, which you can read more about here.


PP (polypropylene) foil is welded with heat. The technique is relatively complicated and we constantly develop the technology to make it more accessible.

This production method is cost-effective and suitable for making larger series of products such as pockets, sleeves and covers.

PP is environmentally friendly in the sense that it is easy to recycle. PP can be printed with any known printing techniques.


We offer three different printing techniques, silk screen printing, offset printing and embossing. Which technique that is best depends on the desired outcome and experience. 

We use solvent-free UV colours when we silk screen print.

Our dry-offset machine gives us great opportunities to print on several different raw materials and thicknesses, such as paper, cardboard, PP plastic and plastic film with thicknesses from 0.06 - 1 mm.

Embossing is an old technique that is constantly being developed. Dies and foils are available for most purposes and for different materials. In our world, it's usually about foil, cardboard and paper.

  • Blind emboss – we emboss down in the material
  • Foil emboss – we use a coloured foil that is embossed onto the material
  • Relieff/raised emboss – we need two dies, one plastic and one magnesium


At our sewing department we develop exciting customised products in cooperation with our customers. Examples of products are; nice dairy covers, exclusive boxes for packaging, bags, cardholders, key-ring tags, baggage tags. We have access to materials like PU, natural or artificial leather and specific binding materials.

The products are produced both for specific campaigns and to cover more traditional storage needs.


We produce vacuum shapes according to our customers' wants and needs. Our machines heat up plastic materials to the right temperature and mold the plastic before it is cooled down and processed.

This is a subdivision where we often create parts for other products.