• Partners

    Below is a list of our partners, both suppliers and customers.

    David HarrisonDavid Harrison

    David Harrison Handling solution sell the Morray and Walthambury ranges of Bagging and Handling equipment supplied by the Sack Filling Company. Having a 30 year history with the directors of the Sack Filling Company our relationship is second to none.

    Fresco SystemsFresco Systems

    Fresco systems are our agent in the Far East, Australia and New Zealand for food products. We have supplied several systems to Fresco.


    Ag-Pak are our agents in the USA. We have recently supplied three automated sewing lines to Ag-Pak customers in the mid west of the USA.

    Aurora Aurora

    Aurora are our major supplier in New Zealand with three systems already installed with more to come.

    Hartwick SystemsHartwick Systems

    Hartwick Systems are our agents in Canada. Hartwick are also agents for Fuji Yusoki our Robot Palletiser supplier, this gives us synergy throughout our packaging systems.

    A J Bond & SonA J Bond & Son

    Andy Bond supply and repair our range of equipment in the North West of the UK.

    Fuji RoboticsFuji Robotics

    Fuji Yusoki are our supplier of Robot Palletisers. Fuji are the largest manafacturer of robot palletisers in the world with over 7000 systems installed. The Directors of the Sack Filling Company have a 20 years association with the Fuji staff and been responsible for selling over 180 systems into the United Kingdom

    Morray EngineeringMorray Engineering

    The full range of Morray equipment is now available through the Sack Filling Company. Morray Engineering Ltd. is a fully owned subsidiary of The Sack Filling and Robot Palletising Company Ltd.


    Finetech are our supplier of spare parts for the Fuji range of Palletising Robots, part of the Fuji Group they are the Service arm for Fuji Yusoki in Japan.


    Hamer supply us with fully automatic bagging machines for centre fold film. with speeds of upto 25 sacks per min on a range of materials from aggregates to ice.