• TIPOstar is a protected trade mark for the family of high- barrier coextrusive materials for packaging food and non-food products.

• Coextrusion is a technological procedure by which desired plastic materials of different properties and roles can be mutually combined in the ideal may. Layers are dozed depending on beforehand requested property protection which wrapping must have.


• TIPOclean is a polylayer, barrier, polymer coextrusive, flexible material for detergent packaging.

• It can have 7-11 layers.

• TIPOclean Tipoclean has extraordinary features. Possibility of various thickness of material production obtains detergent packaging of 9kg.

• The material has good barrier features which are capable of keeping detergent fragrance completely because it protects the inside from gas to penetrate through the packaging (reciprocal barrier).

• TIPOclean is convenient for copper and flexo print.

• According to the results of testing by many independent laboratories, this material has 50 times less porousness of carbon dioxide, 30 times less porousness of oxygen and 30 times less porousness of air, compared to standard materials which are used for detergent packaging.



• TIPOvacuum is a high-barrier coextrusive material for vacuum packaging which has 10 layers.

• This material content obtains all barrier features towards to steam and gas and therefore enables longer time of durability of a product.

• Combining PE, EVOH and PA, a high-barrier material is got and it is similar to a can, but the mentioned combination compared to the can is transparent, flexible and has many purposes.

• The mentioned combination can be deeply pulled and then vacuumed so that an extraordinary vacuum packaging is got in which hot dogs, meat chops, other meat products, peanuts, cheeses are successfully kept.

• The material is convenient for copper and flexo print.

• Tipovacuum's advantages are: extraordinary barrier features towards gas, aroma and taste keeping, excellent stability towards weather conditions, long durability of vacuum keeping.


• TIPOpack is a polylayer structure where the basic material is quality paper with extraordinary press characteristics, with layers of polylayer barrier coating.

• TIPOpack – barrier plastic paper is one of the cheepest materials for packaging which obtains better keeping of organleptic characteristics of the wrapped product than often used plain plastic paper which has been used up to now.

• We suggest it for small packagings of pepper, clove and other spices, powdered products, puddings, whipped creams, gels and so on.

• TIPOpack, barrier plastic paper solves lacks of the previous plain plastic paper: – Loss of the aroma – Gas porousness – Expiry of wrapped product


• TIPOfreeze is a polylayer complex material intended for frozen food packaging produced by combining technological procedures of three-layer blown coextrusy, LF dry laminating and printing.Material content: PET/colour/adhesive/PE coex.

• Owing to the existance of the automatic regulation of PE film thickness as to the engrave dozing of the primary (LDPE, LLDPE) and secondary components (slip aditives), following the best solution, according to the TIPO recipe of PE raw materials whose properties are complementary, it was possible to produce a film which is thinner compared to the standard, maintaing the same, or even, better properties (mechanical properties, welding, barrier towards gases and water steam).

• These complexes have a thickness retreat of ±5%, high glow, low friction coefficient, minimum of static electricity, high hot tack, high penetration resistance, low temperatures resistance (to-50oC), so that they are suitable for applying on very fast VFFS machines.


• Modern industry puts new demands which need necessary combining of materials with good mechanical characteristics, barrier features, hot melt, chemical resistance and others into new polylayer structures.

• One of the solutions is Tipoliqid wrapping material for making Doypack pasteurized juice packaging. By using well-known polyester and pollyethylene film, using the advantages of metaliyation and combining with new barrier pitches, Tipoplastika, introducing technology of blown and flat coextrusion, successfully substituted expensive classical triplex with Al foil i.e. Tipoliquid material for Doypack system for juice packaging.

• TIPOliquid is a material which can be printed in copper and flexo technique, having extraordinary mechanical characteristics which guarantee safe protection of products and preserve product shapes, so in that way it can be used for other pasteurized liquid products and their packaging.



25.04.1959 “Tipoplastika” was founded – it was a factory for printed cellophane tag production

“Tipoplastika” doo, is the largest organization in Serbia, in the filed of flexible packaging material production.

“Tipoplastika” is a manufacturer of blown polyolefin films, cast polyolefin films, as well as blown polyethylene polylayer coextrusive films.

Tipoplastika doo


Over many years, "Tipoplastika" doo, has had the role of a market leader in the production of flexible packages, on the former and current Yugoslav market. This role created an affinity for developing our relation towards the market itself, as well as for developing our internal structure, in accordance with the European and domestic standard ISO 9001. In 1993, the management of the company made a decision to introduce the quality assurance system in compliance with the ISO 9001 standard. Following this decision, the Quality Assurance Board was formed and a consultant was chosen, with a mission to conduct the necessary activities in collaboration with the expert teams from the company, and with an aim to effect the implementation of the chosen standard. Between 1993 and 1997, this mission was accomplished and the Tipoplastika Quality Assurance System was introduced, to meet the standard ISO 9001.

The certification body of the Federal Biro for Standardisation awarded the Certificate for Quality Assurance System that complied with the ISO 9001 standard to Tipoplastika, in August 1997.

Parallelly with the re-organisation of the Quality Assurance System, preparations were going on for the accreditation of the laboratory, with an aim to obtain the accreditation for certain laboratory functions in compliance with the ISO 17 025 standard.

At the same time, in order to satisfy the demands of our customers, our employees and our immediate and wider environment, as well as other parties and the relevant legislation in the area of environmental protection, we felt the need to start activities towards organising our environmental policies and practices in accordance with the European and Serbs standards ISO 14001.