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Selig Group

Selig Group is a global packaging entity that is made up of two product lines, Selig Liners and Selig Flexibles with a strong presence in North America and Europe and a growing presence in international markets such as Latin America and Asia.

Selig Group is a global packaging entity that is made up of two product lines, Selig Liners and Selig Flexibles with a strong presence in North America and Europe and a growing presence in international markets such as Latin America and Asia. With manufacturing locations in Forrest, USA; Aurora, Canada; Niederglatt, Switzerland; and Slough, UK along with our broker network, we provide packaging solutions globally.  Established over 120 years ago, Selig has seen continuous growth both organically and through mergers & acquisitions. In 2011,  a  flexible packaging business based in Switzerland was acquired adding the flexibles product line and strengthening the capabilities in lamination and printing.

The Selig Liners product line represents the original business of foil innerseals, reseal liners and related products and services. Selig is the largest manufacturer of cap/closure lining material in the world. The liners product line features the award winning and consumer preferred Lift 'n' Peel™ brand induction seal.

Selig Flexibles are manufactured in Niederglatt, Switzerland. A majority of the flexible packaging products produced here are used in the food and beverage market for products such as chocolates, baked goods, cheeses, dry soups, and powdered beverages.

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We manufacture cap/closure lining materials. Our mission is to provide our customers with extremely high levels of responsiveness and flexibility in serving and determining their packaging needs-levels unmatched by anyone in our industry.

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