Quality Focus

Manufacturing top quality products has always been our top priority. To achieve this, we have implemented sound engineering policies which we are constantly improving. Today, our idea of processes includes not only manufacturing policies but also business and management processes. Supporting these processes are stringent quality assurance procedures and a comprehensive system of internal audits.

Highlights

  • Our organization complies with the ISO 9001 standard
  • Packages was the 6th company in Pakistan to adopt the ISO series as its quality standard
  • We have 57 Quality Improvement Teams in various departments to ensure continuous improvement focus in the organization
  • Key performance indicators (KPI) concept: Each division in the company sets SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, recordable and timebased) targets for the annual improvement of its key process parameters, reviewed by the management every quarter
  • We have a comprehensive set of engineering tools, rules, processes, training materials, guidelines, best practices and other supporting documents to make sure our products comply with every possible customer requirement

Details of our ISO & HACCP Certification

ISO 19001:2000
  • Business Unit Flexible (BUF) in 1 995
  • Business Unit Carton (BUC) in 1997
  • Consumer Products Division (CPD) & Tissue Line (TL) in 1998
  • Business Unit Corruwall Products (BUCP) in 1999 Pulp, Paper and Board Mill (PBM) in 1999
ISO 19001:2000
  • Business Unit Flexible (BUF) in 1 995
  • Business Unit Carton (BUC) in 1997
  • Consumer Products Division (CPD) & Tissue Line (TL) in 1998
  • Business Unit Corruwall Products (BUCP) in 1999 Pulp, Paper and Board Mill (PBM) in 1999
ISO 14001:2004
  • PBM in 2006
  • BUF, BUC, CPD, TL and BUCP in 2007
Food Safety & Hygiene Systems (HACCP)
  • BUF in 2007
  • BUC in 2008

Continuous Improvement

The first ISO 9001 certification in 1 995 was also made the basis of the ultimate goal of total quality management. In 2000, the concept of Quality Improvement Teams (QIT) was introduced in various departments. There are 57 QITs today, working on the Japanese principle of continuous incremental improvement called KAIZEN. Their performance is also monitored quarterly and cash awards and certificates of achievement given to the top performing team.

…and what does being ISO certified mean?

  • Enhanced product quality and reliability at a reasonable price
  • Greater compatibility and interoperability of goods
  • Simplification for improved usability
  • Improved health, safety and environment protection Reduction of waste
  • Increased distribution efficiency and maintenance

Quality Policy

  • Packages Ltd. is strongly committed to produce quality products that conform to customer’s requirements at a competitive price.
  • We shall continually improve our Quality Management System and quality performance of all business processes.
  • We shall set quality objectives at all levels and allocate appropriate resources to achieve them.
  • We shall ensure all our employees are well aware of company’s Quality Policy and are motivated to apply it in their areas of responsibility.