Port-Royal Packaging (1983) Inc. is a manufacturer of flexible material made for packaging. In order to offer our clientele the best possible service, we have outfitted our Montréal and Toronto plants with state-of-the art equipment. The experience and know-how we have acquired through our 35 years of existence, along with our specialized facilities, have allowed us to position ourselves at a very competitive level in regards to the other major players in the industry.
Port-Royal Packaging had already been in business for 25 years when, in 1983, Robert Miron, Laszlo Grof, as well as two other associates bought the company. In 1990, two of the associates retired leaving Mr. Miron and Mr. Grof to head the company. Three years later, they acquired a building in Pointe-Claire with a surface of over 30,000 sq.ft to better respond to the needs of their clients.
It is at this location that the administrative offices, clean room, production plant, including a room dedicated to overwrapping contracts, and warehouse are situated. In order to constantly develop its market share, in 2000, Port-Royal Packaging (1983) Inc. opened another plant in Toronto lead by Laszlo Grof.