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Tabasalu, Estonia

• Number of employees: 55


• Production/technical capabilities: offset printing, die cutting, high quality gluing , unique waxing process , hot-foiling

• Typical products: Folding cartons for FMCG and confectionery customers


AR Packaging Estonia is the largest cartonboard packaging manufacturer in Estonia. Operating in Tabasalu, close to the Estonian capital Tallinn, we mainly serve customers in the food industry. We are a carefully selected team that has gained years of experience as professionals in our respective fields.


Our factory is known for our flexibility, speed and quality. We focus on flow, and we work with full transparency, continuously learning and improving. We are brave in experimenting to achieve speed in delivering new value to our customers.

AR Packaging Estonia has a management system certified according to the following standards: ISO 9001:2015; FSC® (FSC-C122551); Food Safety Management System (FSSC 22000) and Sedex (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange).


Our factory’s wide range machinery allows us to produce everything from the simplest packaging to the most complex solutions. Our packaging can be found in many aisles at supermarkets throughout Europe. One of our flagships is waxed and PE coated, moisture- and frost-resistant box solutions, with which we support fish trawlers all over the world.


We strive to be open and forthright communicators, as well as helpful and supportive colleagues. We take quick action and have a sustainable attitude to all resources. We strive for the best quality in all our activities, with a humane and empathetic attitude towards the people around us. We encourage the growth of professionalism at all levels of the company and with it the principle of lifelong learning.

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