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Company Martin Peroutka

is a modern industrial printing plant with a long tradition of production since 1991! We work with our customers so that, through our printed flexible packaging and other products, they can deliver their products to consumers around the world in a safe, sustainable and affordable way!

We are continuously investing in state-of-the-art technologies to produce high-quality shrink sleeves, packaging films, self-adhesive labels, flat and stand-up pouches using the HP Indigo 20000 digital press and subsequent finishing technologies implemented since 2019.

These technologies enable production and delivery of the required products within 10 working days from the date of proof approval.

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The company has 5 flexo printing machines  and finally as the first start up technolgy was the production of paper tubes.

Management of quality and certificates

The company Martin Peroutka has obtained ISO 9001 and BRC certification. This certification guarantees the quality and safety of the products and the environmental behaviour of the company.

What is ISO 9001?

ISO 9001 is a standard for the Quality Management System. It is part of the family of international standards issued by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). ISO 9001 is a standard of requirements for implementing a quality management system (QMS).

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What is BRCGS Global Standard for Packaging and Packaging Materials?

BRC/IoP Global Standard – Packaging is an international standard covering the manufacture, processing and further handling of packaging intended for direct and indirect contact with products intended for packaging food, cosmetic and hygiene products.

The BRC/IoP scheme includes verification of the company's performance in the areas of regulatory compliance, food / food chain safety and batch quality in line with customer expectations.

This is a set of requirements that must be met to establish compliance in the above areas.

The BRC/IoP Global Standard – Packaging is a collaboration between the BRC (British Retail Consortium) and the IoP (Institute of Packaging). It not only applies to primary packaging with direct product contact, but also to secondary packaging where there is a high hygiene risk. This is a standard with specifications of the individual requirements that must be met.

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