AB Group Packaging is a multinational high volume manufacturer of paper bags and flexible packaging for buyers across a broad range of market sectors, including high street retailers, promotional companies, independent stores and online and express delivery retailers. We also supply food and industrial markets.
The company owns and operates three strategically located manufacturing plants in Ireland, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
All production plants are professionally managed by industry professionals and undergo a continuous strict audit and approval processes to ensure they are operational to the highest level of health & safety, ethics, environmental, and quality standards globally.
AB Group Packaging operates a high level of flexibility and can manage any logistical challenge that presents itself, shipping products daily all over the world.
Its mission is to work closely with professional buyers to supply the highest quality product in a way that best suits their needs. This means the company can adapt to each buyers’ unique system, budget, stockholding, and distribution requirements.
Simply put – the buyer is AB's priority, and its work practices are tailored to suit their needs.
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