G. Coreth Kunststoffverarbeitungs GmbH

  • Headquarter: Vienna
  • Federal states: Lower Austria
  • Industry sectors: Industry & production


Founding year



Since 1980, G.Coreth Kunststoffverarbeitungs GesmbH has consistently focused on the qualitative and technological development of film packaging products.

The Austrian family business in Unterwaltersdorf in Lower Austria (30 km south of Vienna) invested heavily in the renewal of infrastructure and machinery.

Another high quality film blowing system was also purchased, as well as a 8-colour high-performance central cylinder flexographic printing press, for the top segment of flexible packaging. The company’s own ink dispenser system with a dual control system enables the highest-quality printing results.

11 blown film lines are used to produce around 35,000 tonnes of film per year in three-shift operation in the film production hall, whereby the export share amounts to more than 50%.

The know-how of the 106 employees forms the basis for long-term market success and guarantees the bridge function between people and technology.

Products and services

“Depending on the customer's requirements, Coreth develops and manufactures individual film products with special properties, which are available in many variants depending on the area of use and application” according to Managing Director Mag. Stefan Chalupnik.

The product range includes 8 colour flexographic printing, contract printing on film and paper, flat film, sleeves, pallet covers, bags, construction film & cover film, vapour barrier film, stretch sleeve, stretch film, adhesive tapes, cuts and packaging accessories.

Coreth Folien also handles your contract printing orders for all common plastic films and paper packaging.

In accordance with today's ecological requirements, all films are recyclable. Coreth operates its own recycling plant, a thermal-regenerative waste air purification plant and a distillery.

Strict quality controls and the use of high-quality primary materials form the basis of ongoing quality assurance.

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