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About Us

Polythene-Bags.co.uk is a specialist polythene bag website brought to you by Polybags - the UK's leading manufacturer of polythene packaging.

For over half a century, Polybags Ltd has specialised in producing the very best in polythene and polypropylene products at excellent, competitive prices. The company has been trading online since 1999 at Polybags.co.uk, where you will find an unrivalled selection of polythene packaging products.

This page is designed to give you an idea about the sort of company Polybags is and to help demonstrate why our customers trust us to provide them with first rate polythene products and first class customer service.

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According to the preferred embodiment of the present invention, the bag dispenser 40 ' of the waste bags dispenser contains a dispensing slit 41 ', which is transversely formed on the front wall 11 ' of the pouch body 10 ' for the waste bag 5 ' to slide out of the bag cavity 14 ' through the dispensing slit 41 '. The bag dispenser 40 ' also comprises a front edge 42 ' and a back edge 43 ' along the dispensing slit 41 ' and form the dispensing slit 41 ' wherein the front edge 42 ' and the back edge 43 ' are overlapped in such a manner the front edge 42 ' covers the back edge 43 '. As a result, the dispensing slit 41 ' does not expose the waste bags 5 ' inside the pouch body 10 ' directly to the air. First, the overlapped edges prevent dirt, water or other unwanted stuff entering into the pouch body 10 '; second, the overlapped edges fold the waste bags when it is pulling out, this increases the friction force and prevent more waste bags being pulled out, and retain a part of the next waste bag 5 ' remaining in the slit 41 for the user's convenience to pull out next time, other wise the next waste bag 5 ' can be rolled back into to pouch body 10 ', or pulled out together with the previous waste bag 5 '.

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Polybags - a brief history

Polybags was founded in 1961 when Mr Geoffrey Davies began making polythene bags in his garage, using a bag-making machine that he'd found advertised in his local newspaper. Sales were made door-to-door in the local area, with Geoffrey's wife Pamela helping out with deliveries as she took the baby about for a walk!

As orders increased, Polybags moved from the Davies' garage to factory premises, whilst Geoffrey's old college friend Brian Turner came on board to oversee production, which now involved on-site blown-film extrusion as Polybags began to make their own polythene.

Soon Polybags was operating around the clock, with 24-hour extrusion leading to increased output, business growth and the need for ever-larger premises. A move to Alperton in west London saw the company expand before further growth and a relocation in the 1980s to Greenford in Middlesex, where the company is based to this day.

Now operating in a 50,000 square-foot factory with a newly-expanded warehouse, Polybags runs 13 blown film extruders and operates 12 conversion lines to produce the best selection of polythene packaging products on the market - totalling 80 tonnes of polythene products per week.

With managing director Jon Lomax at the helm since the 1990s, Polybags has continued to innovate, with new systems to manage scheduling, production and pricing along with a market-leading website at polybags.co.uk since 1999 - long before most companies had an online presence.

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Polybags delivers

At Polybags we pride ourselves on our delivery - in more ways than one.

Yes, we deliver our products worldwide, offer fast and free delivery across the UK and Ireland (min order may apply) and deliver next day for those of you in a hurry, but it doesn't stop there.

For over half a century, at Polybags we have always prided ourselves on delivering first class customer service. Whatever size your order, we strive to ensure that all of our customers are looked after from start to finish.

We offer you an unrivalled selection of quality products at hugely competitive prices and we're here to help throughout the process. If you have any queries at any stage, simply contact us and our customer service team will be on hand to help.

We're confident you'll like your products but appreciate that occasionally things go wrong or people change their minds, so we offer a no-quibbles guarantee for ultimate peace of mind.

If you're not happy with your order of stocked (non-bespoke) products for any reason, or you simply decide you don't want them, just send them back to Polybags within 14 days of receipt and we'll issue you with a full refund, no questions asked.

It really is as simple as that. No quibbles means no quibbles!