LPET was established in 2014 in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, to satisfy and exceed its clients’ needs in terms of their requirements for PET sheet for thermoforming trays and containers. We are a company with extensive experience in the extrusion of 100% recycled PET sheet that is used for the manufacture of trays, containers, and thermoformed packaging for the agricultural, food, electronic and automotive sectors, among others.
PET is one of the most used materials in different markets. It is a fundamental resource to build a greener, more sustainable world with less pollution thanks to its versatility, flexibility, and sustainability, since it can be recycled and used more times than other materials. Our PET sheets receive different treatments that are adapted to the needs of our customers.
The certifications we have, allow us to offer a food grade product, which gives us the ability to cross borders and compete internationally.
Letter of No Objection (LNO) confirming the capability of LPET’s process to produce PCR-PET material that is suitable for food contact. The PCR-PET material is intended for use at levels of up to 100% recycled content in manufacture of thermoformed trays for holding fresh produce at room temperature and below.
Food Safety System Certification (FSSC) offers a comprehensive certification scheme for Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS) auditing and certification. LPET has version 5.1, which allows us to serve transnational and global companies from the thermoforming industry as our clients.
The quality of our sheets allows us to supply different industries with thermoforming trays, containers, and packaging. We have rigorous production processes that guarantee the highest quality of our product. Our standardized extrusion lines provide us with unmatched flexibility and responsiveness for our customers. This allows them to take advantage of windows of opportunity and attract new customers.
We are the leading Mexican company in the production of 100% recycled PET sheet with international recognition in Mexico, the United States and Canada.