LINPAC Group Limited was founded in 1959 in Lincolnshire, England, as Lincolnshire Packaging - to produce paper packaging for local fresh food producers.
It is now an international, GBP1.1 billion, mainly plastic packaging and supply chain manufacturing and services business, based in Birmingham, United Kingdom, and has 7,000 employees in 29 countries.
The company manufactures food packaging, returnable transit packaging (RTP), rigid plastic containers, cartridges, bulk storage tanks, bulk containers, medical containers, spill control products, and GRP gratings and structures.
It also provides services related to these products - including design and manufacture, and asset management.
LINPAC is a private company (ranked 37th in The Times Top Track 100 list of private UK companies 2010) and is owned by a consortium of banks.
LINPAC's founders include Evan Cornish, who died in 2002. The Evan Cornish Foundation now supports, i.a., the Louth & District Hospice.