• Food packing
  • Food packing
  • Food packing
  • Food packing

Food packing

The food-safe packing of your solid, liquid and powdered products in a high-end package from our
wide range.

  • Pet food packing
  • Pet food packing
  • Pet food packing

Pet food packing

Safely package your pet food in sachets and stand pouches in a special pet food zone at the most favourable co-packing location.

Packing your product is our primary concern!

Co-packer for brand owners and retailers in the food industry

Annually, we package 200 million products in primary product packaging. Solid, liquid, powdered and granulated food. Our family business, which is based in Poortvliet, is happy to support you with:

  • product introductions;
  • packaging capacity shortages;
  • the strategic expansion of your packaging process;
  • the development of distinctive product packaging;
  • the provision of ready-to-use product-packaging combinations.

As a co-pack specialist that operates Europe-wide and has well over 40 years of experience we can provide fast market introductions, flexible packaging capacity and surprising packaging concepts that take packaging worries, capacity problems and investment risks off your hands.

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Budelpack is a family firm named after a town in the province of Brabant called Budel which is where the company's history started in 1971. André Nieuwkerk started the Netherlands' first co-packing company at his confectionary factory as a contract packing company for Mars. We have since developed into one of Europe's leading co-packers. This is our history.

1971 - 1981: Secondary packing of pre-packed products

In 1971, Mars asked us to turn pre-packed bars into multipacks giving us our first co-packing project. In 1973, we moved to André's father Evert Nieuwkerk's pastry factory in Poortvliet. For the next 10 years we packaged pre-packed items such as toys, food, personal and home care products.

1981 - 1991: Distinguishing primary packaging

During the 1980s competition on the secondary packaging market increased dramatically. It was time for us to distinguish ourselves using reverse integration. We started with the primary packaging of raw products and gave ourselves a massive head start in the process. Although it was quite a leap to take, we managed to gain companies' trust. Turnover grew 25 - 30% per year.

1991 - 2001: Royal visit, top assignment and many acquisitions

Minister Andriessen opened our new building in 1992. Evert Nieuwkerk retired. In 1996, Queen Beatrix visited Tholen on Queen's Day [national day celebrating the queen mother's birthday]; we wrapped the bridge over the Schelde-Rhine canal in orange [the royal colour]. P&G's introduction of ultrathin sanitary pads gave us our biggest assignment ever. From 1995 onwards, we took over a large number of factories for home care and personal care products.

2002: Budelpack packages millions of Euros

In 2002, we carried out a major project for the Nederlandsche Bank (DNB). Every citizen over 18 was to receive a set of new coins to mark the introduction of the Euro. Packaging these so-called 'Zalm kits' and the change for retailers took a whole year. Due to the stringent security requirements we moved the packaging operation to DNB's distribution centre in Lelystad.

2010: Budelpack into next family generation

In 2010, André Nieuwkerk retired and his son Peter Nieuwkerk, who started working at Budelpack in 2004, took over. Two years later he became the majority shareholder.

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Any questions? Call us on Tel. No.: +31 (0) 166 619999 or e-mail: info@budelpack.com or leave us your contact details and we will call you within one working day!