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Photographic Print now available!

With our brand new 1600mm wide printer we are perfectly positioned to manufacture Cane Mulch and potting mix rolls.  As we do the lot on site (make the film and print) we can make sure we have the latest film technologies and of course the latest printing technologies like having the treatment on the printer registered with the print so that gusseted bags seal perfectly.  Yes, we do it all!


Extra-Strong Mulch Films

Pakaflex has just released two new ultra-strong mulch films.  The first has improved clarity and gloss while the other has very low creep, so that compression bales will have minimal expansion.  This has proved excellent for Cane and other compressed mulch.

Garden mulch bags

As specialists in products for outdoor applications, Pakaflex manufactures both rolls for form-fill-seal and finsihed heavy duty and high strength bags for Nurseries and Garden Supplies.  Utilising highest quality plastics and UV stablisers Pakaflex products will stand up to the task!  As well as high quality and photographically printed bags and tree guards, Pakaflex also supplies Builder's Film for lining ponds or for use when doing small concrete landscaping projects.

Click on the buttons for more information on any of these product areas.  We have many unbranded bags avaailable ex-stock, for other sizes or specific print designs these can usually be manufactured within a few days or weeks depending on the job.
 Cane Mulch

Multi-colour print part of the package

Stone bags

With our new machinery, good quality multi-colour prints are just part of the job.  With only a small extra cost this is an excellent way to improve your branding in the market.  See how we can make your bags better!

Print in gussets

We now can supply gusseted bags, with print in the gussets.  This allows for extra branding which is particularly of benefit if the product is going to be sold from the pallet.


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