Tub-ex’ history 2017-07-10T08:27:30+00:00

TUB-EX’ HISTORY

2015
Tub-ex made a generational change. Jens Boelskifte is now CEO and co-owner of Tub-ex.

2013
Tublin® and Rilsan® tubular film can now be produced in lay flat sizes from 50 mm an up to 600 mm.

2011
The Tublin® 10 bag for dry-aging of beef won a “Food & Beverage Product Innovation Award” at the NRA Show 2011 in Chicago, USA.

2005
Tublin® a breathable plastic-tubing developed by Tub-Ex over 10 years shows huge benefits for the meat industry.
Yield improvements up to 15 – 20%.

2004
The visual identity of the company is modified and implemented throughout the organization, involving a new logo and website.

2003
Production facilities are doubled in order to comply with the growing market demands for TUB-EX products.
The printing capacity is increased to a total of 60 million meters/year.

2002
A local competitor SFK is purchased and the machinery and workforce is transferred to the premises in Taars.

2001
Tub-Ex develops a barrier layer for gas pipes for the Australian market.

2000
Amilin® 47 is developed. The product decreased the cooking loss intensively compared to existing materials.

1998
Tub-Ex is able to offer ringed casings for the food industry.

1995
Tub-Ex was awarded the work environment price “Den Gyldne Odder” by the Association of Occupational Health Service in Denmark.

1994
The brands Tublin, Amilin and Polylin are registered as trademarks and sample bags for environment protection and police evidence are introduced.

1993
Tub-Ex becomes the official Vector agent for the Danish market.
Breathable and smokable film is introduced to the food industry.

1992
A new 6 colour printing technology is implemented and Tub-Ex becomes one of the leading converters of casing in the world.

1991
Tub-Ex moves into brand new production facilities in Taars a few kilometres from Morild

1988
Tub-Ex enters the medical market with an Amilin H6 sterilisable film.

1987
Production facilities are expanded by 30%.

1984
Tub-Ex was founded by Linda and Peter Schou.
The first products were inner liners for canned Danish ham intended for the US export market.

 

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