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16/01/2015 - News
POLYKAR ANNOUNCES PRODUCTION START UP OF NEW 3-LAYER CO-EXTRUSION AND ADDITIONAL FILM RECYCLING LINE

Montreal, QC–Following the conclusion of its recent expansion phase, Polykar is pleased to announce that production has now commenced on its new three-layer blown film line, as well as on its additional recycling line.
 
Polykar looks forward to meeting the growing needs of its clients for the production of more complex films offering higher performances and tighter tolerances, as well as an increased capacity in film recycling.
 
For further information on Polykar’s new co-extrusion and film recycling capabilities, please contact:

 
Randy Shermet
Director, Sales and Business Development

Email: randy.shermet@polykar.com
Cell: 647 473 3857
 
 
Co-founded by Elyse Damdjee and Aziz Karim in 1987, Polykar is a family business based in Saint-Laurent, Quebec.The company began as a manufacturer of industrial garbage bags. Today, with 80+ employees and annual sales of $30 million, Polykar has become one of the leading manufacturers of polyethylene film, garbage bags, certified compostable bags and bulk food packaging in Canada. It has also developed expertise in plastics recycling. Working alongside global partners, Polykar is proud to be at the helm of technical and environmental innovation, working to improve quality and production, as well as safeguarding the environment. The company holds both ISO 9001:2008 and 14001:2004 certifications. Polykar’s manufacturing facility and offices also carry silver certification under the internationally-recognised Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program. As an engaged industry participant and contributor to civil society, Polykar is a member of the following organisations:
- Canadian Plastics Industry Association (CPIA)
- Canadian Sanitation Supply Association (CSSA)
- Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB)
- Compost Council of Canada (CCC)

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