Founded in 2010 and headquartered in Jinan City , one of the “Top Ten Citis with most economic vitality in China” ,Shandong Luda Packaging Co.,Ltd(LDPAC ) has established factories and raw materials bases in Wuxi and Suqian of Jiangsu Province, and in Guangde and liuan of Anhui province. Meanwhile, a nationwide operation network and management centers of recyclable packaging have been established in Rizhao, Suzhou, Changzhou, Heze, and Dalian.
LDPAC, a leading enterprise in the field of industrial packaging in China, specialized in packaging products, which include pallet, wooden box, collapsible plywood box, carton, special packaging , recyclable packaging, ect and accessories. We are committed to providing with “one-top” complete packaging solutions(CPS) of industrial packaging including packaging consultation and assessment, packaging design and sampling, packaging test, packaging products supply, storage and logistics, on-site packaging recycling, management, etc.
LDPAC is the advocator and pioneer of environmental friendly packaging and a trustworthy partner of industrial packaging services! QCPAC has provided services for large enterprises of machinery , electromechanical products, telecommunications, solar energy, medical equipment, auto parts, logistics etc, and has won positive approval from long-term partners such as SKF, Siemens, Caterpillar, ABB, etc.
LDPAC—Create a bright future with you!
Remark:introduction of LDPAC sister copmany is as following:
It is the only experimental base of wood packaging industry in China Packaging Federation with 10 years’ experience in wood packaging and has got rich experience in packaging for large irregular products, precision products as well as in moisture proof, rustproof and anti static.
It is a manufacturing base of packaging products with a couple of production lines of pallets, wooden boxes and quick assembling cases.
Creating sustainable developing industry chain of the wood packaging, and transforming the original forest into efficient forest. Now it has been the transformed 3400 acres.