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ACME rated ‘A’ Grade supplier of packaging material

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ACME Printing and Packaging PLC has been rated as one of the best suppliers of flexible packaging material by Maliban Biscuits Manufactories Ltd. 

ACME, one of Sri Lanka’s pioneers in flexible packaging has been in the business for more than 70 years. The ACME Group operates two factories in Piliyandala and Pannala and has the capacity to manufacture more than 170MT per month. ACME manufactures packaging materials in the form of printed/laminated reels, pouches, sheets and lids converted out of aluminium foil, BOPP, LLDPE, nylon, polyester and paper for the packaging of a wide range of products such as confectionery, milk powder, biscuits, snacks, beverages, tea, noodles, soya nuggets, processed meat products, pharmaceuticals, detergent powder, agro chemicals, as well as garments, etc. ACME (Piliyandala) is the country’s sole manufacturer of aluminium foil based flexible packaging material wherein the company has successfully entered export markets. 

Continuous efforts of ACME to enhance their standards have resulted in the company achieving the ISO certification since year 2000 and today ACME is accredited with ISO: 9001-2015(QMS), ISO: 22000-2005(FSMS) and FSSC-22000-2013 version 4.1 (FSMS). 

Maliban has rated ACME as one of the best suppliers taking into consideration its continuous efforts and commitment towards maintaining quality standards, timely supply chain management, excellent services and business conduct based on highest business ethics and norms, sources revealed.


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