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Located near Chartres, 80km from Paris, the Paker Group team is constituted of 70 experienced professionals.

We create carton multipack solutions for the food and beverage industries. We build all types of Flexible Multipack machines with packing rates ranging from 20 to 560 packs/min.

We take care of the design specifications for the cardboard, allowing you to buy from the cardboard supplier of your choice with complete confidence that it will be compatible with the machine.

Also, since 2019, we propose the most flexible filler for dairy and plant-based products. The SmartLine filler has unique versatility that enables our clients to launch innovations at a fraction of the time and cost compare with conventional fillers.

7600 m² of premises

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Our story

  • Paker is established

    Paker was born from the absolute certainty that the cleverness of the mechanization is essential for cardboard packaging. Flexibility, ergonomics and an intelligent packaging concept are the fundamental roots of PAKER’s DNA.


  • Dairy products

    Half of PAKER’s wrapping machines are for fresh dairy products. Our expertise in this market dates back to 1986.


  • Drinks

    Wrapping and plastic clips for this first machine. From this date onwards, PAKER has developed applications for beer, wine, water, cider, soft drinks, fruit juices… Both in glass and plastic bottles, as well as cans.

  • Move to Gellainville

    The Paker team moved to Gellainville, still within the Chartres region, into a new building that matched the scale of the company’s development.

  • Z-Pack Machine

    Paker continued innovating with its Z-Pack machine, which allowed packs of 1 or 2 layers for individual cups. This machine received the Oscar of Packaging awards!

  • Ready meals

    To respond to the sustained growth of this market over the last 20 years, Paker entered into the ready meals market.

  • Gellainville Development

    The production capacity at the Gellainville site was doubled to meet growing demand, particularly in the market of fresh dairy products.

  • Ancillary equipment

    In 2004, PAKER developed ancillary equipment such as aplicator for sachets, straws, leaflets etc.

  • High-speed solutions

    In 2006, PAKER developed new high-speed solutions, most notably its Baby Food Multipacker machine with 300 packs/min.

  • Global development

    In 2009, PAKER proposed a new twin-machine capable of handling 400 packs/min.

  • Robots integration

    To increase format flexibility, PAKER integrates robots.

  • Clip application machine

    In 2011, PAKER developed its clip aplication machine on bottles in plastic crates. A traditional format in Belgium.

  • Strong Pack

    In 2014, PAKER developed the Strong Pack to improve the tightening and resistance of the pack.

  • First full range for PET bottles

    In 2015, PAKER developed its first range of multipackers + boxing machines for PET bottles.

  • Can multipacker

    In 2015, PAKER developed its can multipacker with a rate of 90,000 boxes/h. A flexible machine for “regular”, “sleek” and “slim” cans with a high packing rate.

  • High capacity cardboard magazine

    In 2016, PAKER developed its high capacity cardboard magazine to meet requirements for autonomy and ergonomics in very high-speed production lines, particularly in breweries.

  • Product orientation

    In 2018, PAKER developed a product orientation machine to ensure perfect primary packaging positioning in cardboard cut-outs.

  • New production site

    The PAKER GROUP is located at Fontenay-sur-Eure, near Chartres. The 7,600 m² workshop and offices will allow us to continue developing our range of products and services. The marks the beginning of a new phase in the company’s development.