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Interfil is seeking a new way to do business, the active and conscious involvement of any company member or anyone collaborating with it is necessary to make the company open, transparent and dynamic.
OUR HISTORY Our company was established in 1930, when the Martinelli family created a small enterprise operating in the field of textiles. All yarn workings are carried out by our company, from carding to final spinning, from dyeing to spooling; we are thus acquiring more and more skills and expertise.
In 1987 Interfil was born, based on long experience, and with the sole purpose of manufacturing just special yarns for filter bags excluding all the other productions; the whole energy, research and development of the company had to be dedicated to the project above only.
In 1967 we started collaborating with manufacturers of tea bag packaging machines in order to develop special yarns for filter bags. In this field, quite soon our company managed to establish itself on national level and to lay foundations for expanding worldwide.
Created a small enterprise operating in the field of textiles.
Started collaborating with manufacturers of tea bag packaging machines.
OUR PEOPLE Our staff is continuously trained and updated by means of courses on quality, security and innovation; it will become an integral part of your firms and will be available to meet your needs.
The whole organization have a food safety team with a combination of multi-disciplinary knowledge and experience in developing and implementing the food management system. We are well-known for our excellent service and assistance.
OUR PRODUCTS TEA BAG YARNS FOR ALL KIND OF TEA BAG MACHINES IMA C2000 C20 C21 C23 MAISA WHOLE SERIES OF EC12 TECNOMECCANICA TECNO T-2 TECNO T10 TEMAC MD20 MD 20 PLUS TEEPACK Constanta Perfecta HST PT 21 PT 25 PT 33 FUSO WHOLE SERIES OF FP TWINKLE TPB–200ES-16
Our products: 100% Cotton, 100% Organic Cotton, 100% Compact Cotton, 100% PLA Ingeo, 100% Polypropylene .
Interfil is constantly committed to manufacturing products meeting and guaranteeing food contact requirements which apply worldwide. The evaluation of the outcome of the chemical analysis, physical and microbiologic effects on samples of thread used for tea bags shows results which fully comply with the materials intended to come into contact with food. Our product is found to be favourable for hygienic sanitary export by our competent authorities. With our “Quality Assurance ISO 9001:2008” and BRC-IoP for the safety of the product (global standard for packaging material) we monitor all key processes, starting from raw cotton ginnery, spinning, twisting dyeing and final winding.
THEREFORE WE ASSURE YOU THAT EACH CONE PRODUCED BY US HAS THE FOLLOWING FEATURES: basic production cycle with Ringspun system; electronically controlled yardage; minimum defects left which may caused stoppages (Elkocontrol); waterproofing system in the final thread; splicing system to avoid knots; Process control by a camera in the final winding checking and avoiding defects.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH EUROPEAN COMMUNITY LAWS AND U.S. FOOD AND DRUGS ADMINISTRATION , WE COMPLY WITH ALL FOOD CONTACT REQUIREMENTS, BY: using raw cotton 100% free from defoliants and other chemicals (as of certification OEKO-TEX Standard 100); treating cottons for mildew prevention; dyeing with non optical chemicals (as from certification OEKO-TEX Standard 100); boiling and Sterilizing the thread; lubricating threads with edible oils and wax; all our raw material and the Dyeing process are “Free of harmful substances” (as of certification OEKO-TEX Standard 100).
SIZE: FROM 5.000 METERS TO 24.000 METERS MINIMUM ORDER QUANTITY: FROM 1 CASE UP Bleached and coloured yarns for food-grade Further to our standard product we can customize the right item for each customer who needs different specification. We don’t use GMO products.
CORPORATE MISSION Interfil is seeking a new way of doing business, The active and conscious involvement of any member of the company or anyone collaborating with it is necessary to make the company open, transparent and dynamic.
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT New product R&D is an integral part of the continuous improvement programme of Interfil, based on the purpose to meet customer needs. We are continuously evolving in relation to development of alternative fibres and new manufacturing technologies. University laboratories and research bodies are helping us to carry on our ideas as well as those of our customers. We are able to plan and develop your ideas.
SPECIALIZATION Our departments and premises have been planned to manufacture yarns for filter bags in compliance with all the regulations on the hygiene of products possibly getting in touch with food. All our products are manufactured in an environment that follows all Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) process requirements and protection against the occurrence of food security risks.
From Quality Management System we can assure you: dedicated Personnel responsable for product safety; GMP procedures; traceability; HACCP system; corrective Action; shelf life system; FIFO system.
CERTIFICATES Interfil pursues modern management of food quality and safety; for this reason, it works pursuant to regulations for packaging material intended to come into contact with food and has obtained the following certification: UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 BRC IOP â€œGLOBAL STANDARD FOR PACKAGING AND PACKAGING MATERIALSâ€? Health Certificate Further our products are validated with the following documents: Analysis-Migration tests BY ACCREDITED LABORATORIES Confomity declaration Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) Moreover, Interfil is present in world markets in a transparent and ethical way; since it is part of the SEDEX platform, it is able to reach this goal. SEDEX (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange). SEDEX is a not profit membership organization dedicated to driving improvments in responsible and ethical business. SMETA (SEDEX MEMBERS ETHICALTRADE AUDITS) Interfil is constantly monitored on the responsibility of ethics and conduct through SMETA audits (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audits) and all suppliers, customers and business partners are directly involved.
ENVIRONMENT Interfil strives to reduce environmental impact by means of a system monitoring energy, water and waste loss and follows the European Directive EEC 94 / amended â€œPackaging and packaging wasteâ€? 62. These guidelines concern the inclusion of requirements related to the environment in the design and manufacture of packaging. It protects the environment by supporting and proposing Organic Cotton 100% (where the use of synthetic pesticides is not allowed) and 100% PLA Ingeo (Bio-polymer made from sugar source and completely biodegradable). All our products are NO-OGM
INFO & CONTACTS Legal office & Administration: INTERFIL SRL Viale Cadorna, 47 - 55100 Lucca - ITALY Tel. +39 0583 980677 / Fax +39 0583 981401 email@example.com Facility and Loading place: Via Gardale, 10 - 25036 Palazzolo Sullâ€™Oglio - Brescia - Italy Contacts: M. Chiara Martinelli - Commercial Director Elisabetta Martinelli - Quality Manager Maria Patrizia Martinelli - Logistic and Financial Manager Angelo Parisio - Production Manager
Where in the world Our warehouses:
Germany, India, Iran, Middle East, Indonesia, Africa, Asia DPH Theodor Heuss - Ring 23, 4.OG 50668 Koln Germany Mr Farhad Pirouz, Mr Hans Gill, Mr Wahid Freisberg Phone +49 221 7710986 firstname.lastname@example.org www.teabagmachine.com Middle East: ATC Albatros TEA - DMCC Dubai DUBAI UAE Mr Praful Patel Phone +971 04 886 1338 email@example.com JAPAN Technifra Consulting Co. Ltd Pegasus Aoyama Residence 350 Akasaka 8-5-40 Minato-Ku Tokyo - 107-0052 Mr Serge Ifrah Phone +81 03 6863 3735 firstname.lastname@example.org
USA & Canada VALUE MACHINERY INC 262 Quarry Rd, Unit J Milford CT 06460 USA Phone +1 (203) 882-0099 Mrs Kristy Brown, Mrs Candace Linnen email@example.com www.value-machinery.com SOUTH KOREA EUGINE BUSINESS CORPORATION 630 Sinhyun-3ri, opo-eup 464-925 KWANGJU-SHI, KYUNGGI-DO SOUTH KOREA 464-925 Mr Chung Jin Fax +82 31-719 -7004 Phone +82 31-719-7001 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Published on Feb 12, 2014