Dear Business Partner, welcome to the 3rd issue of REACH.

At MASTERPAK, we have a passion for continuous improvement. We strive for excellence in all what we do and with all our stakeholders. REACH present issue highlights this prevailing attitude in our company from operating responsibly towards our community, to regularly bringing better fit offerings, to becoming a national role model…

Hope you enjoy this issue of REACH!

Amal Merhi, MASTERPAK Marketing Manager


MASTERPAK is dedicated to finding you the best fit stretch film for your palletizing needs! We bring you today a variety of colored stretch films, a perfect solution to improve your inventory management and security wrapping.
Indeed, MASTERPAK tinted and opaque stretch wrap films are ideal for date coding, product identification, secure tamper evident packaging as well as pallet load aesthetics. Strong opaque films conceal load contents and reduce instances of pilfering. Moreover, opaque films do not allow light to pass through the film, creating a natural Ultra Violet protection to your wrapped products.
Our opaque and tinted stretch wrap films are available in both hand grade and machine grade films with stretch ability up to 300%. Similarly to our clear stretch film, they offer excellent load holding force, high puncture resistance and ensure a safe storage and transit of your products. They are available in a complete range of gauges, sizes and performance options.
For more information on how clear, opaque and tinted stretch wrap films address your packaging operation needs, application and budget, contact us today.


MASTERPAK - Stretch Wrap Films

MASTERPAK - Colored Rolls


At MASTERPAK, we are fully committed to meeting our customers’ packaging needs in a manner consistent with a clean environment. We believe it is both good business practice and our duty to protect the natural resources of the communities we serve.
In addition to complying with all applicable laws and regulations, we make environmental concerns an integral part of our planning and decision making process and commit sufficient resources to implement effective environmental programs.
“Our processes are energy efficient and our machines always well maintained”, confirms Imad Njeim, MASTERPAK plant manager. “We are constantly trying to minimize the environmental impacts of the company operations, from using battery-operated forklifts and daylight in the plant to minimizing waste creation while pursuing opportunities to recycle and reuse waste materials”, adds Njeim. Indeed, MASTERPAK recycles 100% of its PE waste production and reuses it to reduce the consumption of virgin raw materials, energy usage and water pollution.
At MASTERPAK, we also educate and involve employees to be accountable for environmental stewardship. Adopted energy saving modes go from simple initiatives as turning off power consuming appliances in non-occupied offices, printing recto-verso on papers only when necessary, sending regularly papers and plastic caps for recycling to availing hot water from solar energy 24/7 and more.
To further improve the environmental safety of our operations, MASTERPAK is encouraging and awarding its family members for innovative ways and breakthrough ideas delivering substantial energy savings.

                               Johnny Ishac receives the silver award for his
                               continuous strive to reduce waste and downtime
                               during changeovers


Under the patronage of the President of the Republic of Lebanon, the Lebanese Ministry of Economy and Trade has awarded the Lebanese Excellence Award 2009 to MASTERPAK on January 21, 2010 at the Presidential Palace in Baabda.

MASTERPAK Receives Lebanese Excellence Award

The Lebanese Excellence Award (LEA) is internationally renowned and is designed for organizations that wish to be regarded as national role models and develop continuous improvement. It is granted annually to organizations committed to excellence. In particular, award winners adopt quality management systems and Lebanese Quality Management Model approaches designed and executed by the Lebanese Ministry of Economy and Trade.
The Lebanese Quality Management Model is based on the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM), a major international quality and excellence model. The 2009 award program was managed by QUALEB Sustaining Quality Programme, a European Union-funded project hosted at the Lebanese Ministry of Economy and Trade.


Established in 1980, in Lebanon, MASTERPAK sal manufactures co-extruded polyethylene (PE) films and bags for the agricultural, construction, food and beverage, soap and detergent, household, hygiene, catering and industrial sectors. Products are destined for Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and beyond. MASTERPAK sal is a member of the multinational INDEVCO Group.

Zouk Industrial Zone
Zouk Mosbeh, Lebanon
Tel: +961-9-209 001
Fax: +961-9-209 002

MASTERPAK - Zouk Mosbeh - Lebanon - 961-9-209002

Our Customers Testify!


Georges Daccache Testimonial
Mr Georges Daccache – Lebanon
Operations Manager of
Gergy Daccache and Sons
We have been dealing with MASTERPAK for 30 years now. Our relationship has quickly moved into close partnership, exchanging information about sales opportunities and collaborating in marketing activities. Together, we bring to farmers a comprehensive package of greenhouse and gardening solutions. MASTERPAK holds a wide range of quality tested agricultural films combined with a prompt service and a strong technical support.


Eng. Samar Shaar Testimonial
Eng. Samar Shaar - Lebanon
Farm owner in Kobeyat
When I first called to inquire about MASTERPAK thermal greenhouse covers, the customer service assisted me in every step and was very helpful, fast and friendly.
And since then, I purchase their strong and durable thermal covers which enable me to enhance harvest by 10 days. They are competent professionals with product knowledge expertise. They have always been close,  assisting me with all technical support and service issues.





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