Closure production

Our closures are manufactured in two production facilities in Turza and Zawiercie. Production is carried out with the use of modern production lines with very high production throughput. This makes costs reasonable and ensures high quality of the products. Alongside the continuous increase of quality requirements, the company regularly improves the production process, modernises the machinery resources and raises employee qualifications. As a result, the highest level of product quality is guaranteed. The closures can be supplied in a standard finishing and colour assortment or they can be manufactured according to client specifications. If required, our engineering technicians can design a new closure by creating its prototype and implementing a trial batch production run.

Our products can also be supplied finished with offset printing or screen printing. A surprint can also be made using paint visible under UV light on a selected surface section of the closure. Our products can be finished with internal printing or printing on the seal. It is also possible to use embossing and bevelling on the face or the side surface of a closure with the additional option of varnishing of the printed graphics or text. Our products can also be finished with hot stamping. All materials used in the manufacture of closures comply with the requirements linked to articles intended to come into contact with food, which has been confirmed with tests for end-products in compliance with the applicable EU legislation.

The company’s experience in the sector allows us to supplement our production scope with premium-quality products sourced from reliable suppliers, which guarantees stability of order delivery to the customer. We look to the future and we know the significance of development, therefore, we improve and implement new solutions to always meet the expectations of our clients.


1. Discussing the order with the client


2. Designing the closure


3. Prototype of the closure


4. Client’s acceptance


5. Trail production batch


6. Client’s acceptance


7. Production planning


8. Purchase of material


9. Varnishing and printing of aluminium sheets


10. Embossing


11. Additional printing, painting of side surfaces


12. Rolling and sealing


13. Recycling of waste


14. Packing and delivery to the client


15. Each process is subject to quality control