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Elburg-Smit joined forces with Perga-Plastic

As of 1 January, Elburg-Smit has joined forces with the German company Perga-Plastic which produces a range of foils for the packaging of dried bulbs. The previous Benelux agent for Perga-Plastic foil was Mr Wijs from the Waco company, based in Purmerend. He has decided to follow a new path in his career.

As for Elburg-Smit, they believe foils are a logical addition to their range of products that includes cappers, other types of packaging for bulbs and labels. Rick Immerzeel is your contact person at Elburg-Smit if you require any information or advice relating to packaging materials for bulbs.

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Publication date: 1/9/2018



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