Roll Stock

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Flexographic Printing

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Pre-Press

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Laminating

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Pouches

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Our Process

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As manufacturers of flexible packaging,

Green-Pak offers a complete range of flexible packaging solutions to customers throughout North America. Our Facility features capabilities focused around a specific printing or manufacturing process, and this specialization leads to unmatched expertise and efficiency in each of our core capabilities.

Our Certifications

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Services

Pre-Press/Graphics

Our design staff is ready to work with your graphic artist to create a unique package for your product.  State of the art digital plate making equipment enables us to provide the newest technology with a very efficient turn around time from pre-press to plates for our customers.

Flexographic Printing

8 Color Vision II Printing Press

Our printing capabilities are state of the art.  Innovation and technical excellence are most notable in our ability to print the finest quality films in the industry.  The newest addition to this quest for excellence is the installation of an 8 Color Vision II Printing Press.  We can print a 1 color to an 8 color job, and anything in between!

Laminations
Solventless Lamination

Laminating is the process through which two or more flexible packaging webs are joined together using a bonding agent.  In general terms, an adhesive is applied to the less absorbent substrate web, after which the second web is pressed against it to produce a duplex, or two-layer, laminate.
In Solventless Lamination, adhesives used do not contain solvents. Solventless adhesive generally indicates a specific type of adhesive composed by two components reacting with each other and consequently not requiring drying.

Slitting

​ Slitting is the final step in the production process for most roll stock flexible packaging material and entails that a large “master roll” is cut to its final width.  Slitting is a simple process. A master roll is received from extrusion, printing, or lamination. The film passes through a series of idler rolls and a set of razor blades set up to the final roll width. A photo eye reads the edge of the film or printed eye track to assure the film is slit in register. The outer right and left rolls have a portion of the edge removed as scrap.

Pouching

​We offer the services of stand up pouches, spouted pouches (custom shapes and sizes), tamper evident pouches, flat pouches, box pouches, and breathe-able produce pouches.

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