Sakpro is Southern Africa’s leading manufacturer and supplier of synthetic knitted HDPE bags with a wide range of uses in the agricultural and civil engineering industries.
These premium bags have been manufactured by Sakpro and used in the South African domestic market since 1964. The quality of all the bags produced by Sakpro is of the highest standard worldwide, and the bags are designed to meet customer demands and satisfaction.
At Sakpro we strive to give our customers a variety of choice when it comes to the colour and size of bags available to the fresh produce industry. Our manufacturing structure allows clients to add their own personalised branding to the bags. Sizes and colours can also be customised according to client specifications.
PRODUCTS & SERVICES
Sakpro manufactures and markets a comprehensive range of strong, colourful HDPE knitted bags ideally suited for the packaging of various fruits and vegetables.
The high quality and strength of these bags also make them highly suitable for providing durable support systems in the civil engineering industry and for the prevention of soil erosion when filled with sand or a stone aggregate.
Sakpro bags incorporates the raschel knitting pattern, this gives the Sakpro bags it’s unique weft strength properties. The open pattern configuration allows for air movement in and around the packed produce to maintain freshness of products.
Fruit & Vegetable Bags
Sakpro manufactures and markets a comprehensive range of strong, colourful knitted synthetic bags ideally suited for the packaging of produce such as citrus, onions, cabbage, pumpkins, avocado, gems and butternuts.
Sakpro bags and mesh net tubing, incorporates the raschel knitting pattern, this gives the Sakpro bags it’s unique weft strength properties. The open pattern configuration allows for air movement in and around the packed produce to maintain freshness of products.
Sakpro also offers a wide range of knitted HDPE mesh bags for the packaging of various fruit and vegetables, such as onions, butternuts, pumpkins and cabbages.