We materialise a sustainable and circular future.

Walki Plasbel, a brand new start for innovation in the packaging industry

Plasbel is reborn as Walki Plasbel and we could not do it without a new image. The lines that form the new Walki Plasbel logo are designed to represent both brands’ common values, which have now been merged and brought together under a single name.

WE PROVIDE SOLUTIONS WITH HIGH ADDED VALUE TO OUR CUSTOMERS IN:

Flexible

Packaging

We provide packaging materials for food and hygienic products. Our innovative solutions help brand owners create value and accelerate transition towards circularity.

Sustainable

Trash Bags

We are specialized in manufacturing trash bags with recycled material. We innovate in recycling and make the most of our materials.

Compostable

Biodegradable

Our compostable biodegradable bags are made from plant-based polymers according to European standard EN13432, managed in a sustainable way and certified with the OK COMPOST® seal by TUV Austria.

Post-consumer

Recycled

Reusable shopping bags made of  post-consumer recycled material. We have optimized and high technology extruders to ensure excellent and consistent product quality. We extend the use of materials.

Walki Plasbel in brief

We take on the circular economy challenge with the objective of stimulating growth through more sustainable production, resource efficiency and commitment to the environment.

 

In Walki Plasbel we know that in order to be able to offer effective solutions we must do so through innovation and continuous improvement. Therefore, these two concepts are very important to our company and have led us to be leaders in the extrusion of polyethylene film (PE) that we use in the production of consumer packaging.

We have more than 20 years of experience in the production of high-quality sustainable films. Our clients include major retail brands, public and private entities within the professional and industrial sector.

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Our mission is to accelerate the world's transition into a zero waste future