Our family began their printing industry activity in 1923. Back then our grandparents were founders and owners of Katona Press in Hajdúnánás, providing Hajdúbihar country and the regions surrounding Debrecen with newspaper and other paper industry products using their rotary printing press.
Our company specialises in flexographic printing of packaging materials since 1980 and has gradually become a successful family venture on the national market.
Erdősi Kft. was founded in 1991, since 2001, due to a switch in ownership structure, continues its activities as UgrinPack-Erdősi Kereskedelmi és Szolgáltató Kft. The main profile remains the production of flexible containers and tools. Over the years our activities expanded, responding to the needs of the market. Currently alongside of flexible containers, rigid containers, promotional product packaging, production of various POS products and blister packaging are a major part of the company’s profile. The expansion of the product range has resulted in our company becoming a system provider for multiple companies.
With our founding initiative the First Hungarian Packaging technology Cluster was established, which as a non profit strategic alliance provides our partners with a full scale packaging technology problem solving service and based on customer demand covers the full and continuous packaging material supply of processing plants. (www.omnipack.hu)
Our cluster has established an agreement with other foreign clusters, which opens up a favourable option to supply our Customers with packaging materials and packaging tools not manufactured by us. Our cluster constantly develops its production and service technologies. Our cluster is dedicated to creating a cleaner future and liveable environment. In this effort we are aided by our recently awarded GVOP grant.
May we have enough self-knowledge to accept all that we cannot change, enough creativity to match our partner’s needs to our capabilities and enough professional wisdom to not get lost among them!
(indirect quotation of Dr. Ottakinger)