Modern industry attaches great importance to the appearance of the packaged product, and the quality and appearance of the packaging material contribute to the creation and expansion of the brand. In addition to a rich tradition, metal packaging as a "traditional” way of packaging has many somewhat forgotten advantages related to the preservation of quality and the durability of the product. The first tin cans were patented in 1810, and today, metal packaging is successfully used in all industries.

Our manufacturing is carried out in accordance with customer demands, legislation, ordinances, internationally recognised standards, good manufacturing practice, rules of the profession and established procedures, and we ensure the protection, privacy and confidentiality of our customers’ data.

We strive to be a company recognised for its professionalism, expertise and respect of deadlines by continuously improving the organisation, processes, working conditions and competency of our employees.

In order to increase market share and maintain a positive image of the company, we continuously invest into the improvement of business in accordance with the market demands and this has become one of our main strategic tasks.

"Maybe one day I will be a train!”
Steel is the most recycled packaging material in Europe.
"Fresh on the inside, firm on the outside”
Metal packaging is unbreakable and fully preserves the quality of the product.