ULMA Packaging

ULMA Packaging

Personalisation, a friendly service and cutting-edge technology make us a leading provider of packaging solutions

Since 1961 we have been designing and developing packaging products and services and innovating to provide solutions that meet our customers' needs. What sets us apart is our extensive catalogue, incorporating cutting-edge technologies, a friendly and flexible service and our ability to provide turnkey solutions.

Innovation brings added value to our services, so we have our own Research Centre, where we work on the most advanced design and manufacturing technologies.

Our global vision is supported by a network of 7 offices and 18 subsidiaries, allowing us to provide a local service. We also have a network of local distributors who cover over 50 countries. We offer the widest range of machines and applications available on the market, including Flow Pack (HFFS), Thermoforming, Traysealing, Vertical (VFFS), Shrink Wrapping and Stretch Film packaging and packing technologies.

We are part of the ULMA industrial group, a diversified business group with over 4,000 people spread across 8 businesses: Agricola, Handling Systems, Construction, Piping, Forklift Trucks, Architectural Solutions, Conveyor Components, Packaging.

+ 50.000
machines on the market
Present in
50 countries
18
18 subsidiaries
In ULMA Packaging we believe that continuous improvement makes us the perfect partner for our customers. Everything that we do is geared towards producing reliable and personalised solutions that bring added value to our customers, promoting social responsibility and management efficiency.
  • The origins of what is now ULMA PACKAGING date back to 1961, when Talleres ULMA Sociedad Cooperativa Industrial was established.
  • Originally, the company carried out maintenance and auxiliary work for the then thriving local chocolate industry.
  • In 1985, the group was split into two divisions: Construction and Machinery.
  • In 1988, the company changed its direction, with the core business focusing on fresh food.
  • At the start of the 1990s, a proximity strategy was implemented in the international markets by setting up local offices to ensure that we were close to our customers..
  • During that decade, the growing demand for packaged products led to rapid growth and ULMA Packaging established itself as an industry leader.
  • The 90s also saw the development of new markets and the diversification of business lines, such as Flowpack.
  • The 2000s were marked by us setting up subsidiaries abroad, opening premises in Argentina, Mexico, Portugal, the United States, Australia, Russia, Romania and Ukraine, among others.
  • In 2007, we started our stainless steel boiler business (Precinox) and the ULMA Packaging Technological Centre was opened, demonstrating the company's commitment to R&D+i.
  • The company is currently continuing with its internationalisation and growth process, with an annual turnover of more than 200 million euros and a workforce of around 1500 people.
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