Dev Polypack is a newly established company and Mr. Suresh Patel is a lead person handling all major operations. Based in Morbi, Gujarat (India), the manufacturing firm cater the PP Woven Fabric, Polypropylene Woven Fabric, HDPE Woven Fabric, PP Woven Bags, HDPE Woven Bags, PP Woven Fabric Roll, HDPE Woven Fabric Roll, etc. requirements of global buyers. Manufacturer, Supplier & Exporter by nature, the company follows innovative production techniques to fabricate export quality products.
The PP woven bags are used for filling products, like
- Solid chemicals
- Animal feed
- Food products
- Construction material
- Mails, letter or documents
The stages involved into making of these bags are extrusion, weaving, finishing and stitching. PP is a thermoplastic resin material that is woven to create light but strong fabric and stitched into number of PP woven bags. These bags can be chosen according to their weight, size, length, colors, imprint, bag opening, lamination/coating, and mesh.
are backed by around 20 personnel, who possess technical expertise and
help us in offering cost competitive packaging solutions. The present
monthly production capacity of our plant is 120 Ton.
The company forayed into manufacturing of following products for the global market:
- PP Woven Fabric
- PP Woven Bags
- HDPE Woven Fabric
- HDPE Woven Bags
- Durable & 100% reusable
- Non-toxic & non-staining
- Anti bacterial
- Easy to clean
- Water proof or breathable
- Stress, crack & tear resistance
- Acid resistant
- Do not degrade when wet
- Impact Resistant
The production plant in Morbi connects to the state- Ahmedabad via National Highway 8A and State Highway 7. It is approximately 62 km far from Rajkot airport and 247 kms far from Ahmedabad airport. The closest railway station is in Wankaner Taluka. This means it is highly accessible via any mode of transport. The plant is supported by extruding machine, circular loom, laminating and packaging section; where PP resin is extruded into PP fibers, which are then woven into fabric in looms. The fabric is coated and then cut to different lengths. The cut fabric is stitched into bags and then inspected by the personnel. Certain quantity of bags are bound into bundles.