Supreme Plastics Group: Merger of printed film divisions

Supreme Plastics Group has merged two of its divisions, Malpack and Brayford Plastics, to create Supreme Flexibles, selling an enhanced range of packaging products including film on the reel, specialist lidding films, a range of resealable bag products and Joker bag-filling equipment.
Supreme Plastics acquired Brayford Plastics, a manufacturer of custom-made bags and envelopes, in 1997 and Malpack joined the group in 2000, providing printed film and bags for the meat and poultry industries together with lidding and anti-mist films for fresh produce.
The new division handles quick response, short to medium-run work, flexo-printed in up to 10 colours on a newly installed Bielloni gearless press. Products are made from polypropylene, polyethylene, metallised and holographic films for the food industry, textiles, healthcare, publishing and promotion and include resealable packaging.
The division is headed by director David Harrison, who has spent four of his ten years in the packaging industry with the Supreme Plastics group.

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