National Flexible, the Yorkshire-based packaging specialists, have recently reached a business milestone, achieving 20 years’ service supplying customers with food-grade flexible packaging films.
Originally established in 1993 via a management buy-out from the Charles Baynes group of companies, the business has gone from strength to strength by building its customer base and growing through one main principle – adding value for its customers.
“As the business has grown successfully, so has our offering to our customers,” said Managing Director George Slack.
“In addition to our core market of plain OPP film conversion we now provide an ever expanding range of films including high barrier/high performance laminates, bespoke films for specialist applications, and printed films which include the very latest flexographic, gravure and digital printing techniques.
Over their 20 year period National Flexible have introduced a number of landmark developments to the flexible packaging industry including: the first chalk-based film used in the UK; the first to introduce a fully oxy-degradable laminate for VFFS packs; being the first to use Kodak’s NX Flexcel printing technology end-to-end; integrating an in-house design service through NXL Design; and offering industry training to packaging professionals.
National Flexible operates from a state-of-the-art facility servicing its customers with flexible packaging in the food, confectionery, bakery, snack, contract packing and pharmaceutical industries.
They have established themselves at the forefront of quality, procedures and best practice in the packaging industry.
Independently audited, the company has become well-known as the preferred supplier of packaging films to a growing number of high profile UK manufacturing and FMCG customers.
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