Locally produced and sustainable

With modern factories in Finland and Sweden, we are the Nordic countries’ market leader in waste bags. Our products are mainly sold bearing our customers’ brands, and our customer base includes the region’s leading grocery store chains. We are part of the international Rani Group.

Because our products are manufactured locally, in Sweden and Finland, they require less transport and thus have a smaller climate footprint.

Local production — the right environmental choice.

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Why choose us?

Because we care about our customers. Our reliability, customer service and fast delivery is testament to this. What’s more, our production facilities have pioneered sustainable development. We support the circular economy and have long been committed to reducing our carbon footprint. All our products are 100 percent recyclable.

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Our locations


Our facility in Finland is located in the village of Lappfors, Ostrobothnia. Here, we are proud of the knowledge that has been passed down from one generation to the next. Our products bear the Key Flag Symbol, and have done so for many years. It is as a guarantee that the product is made in Finland, and helps consumers make domestic (and so more responsible) choices.


Our Swedish production takes place in Klågerup, Skåne, a rich agricultural area. The factory has a long tradition of responsible production, and sustainability is of utmost importance to us. Our electricity has been generated from a local wind turbine since 2011, and we were the first company in our industry to be granted permission to carry the Nordic Swan Ecolabel. It serves as proof of our commitment to sustainable development as it takes the entire lifecycle of a product into account. The label helps consumers to make more responsible choices.


Rani Plast

The company was founded in 1955 in Terjärv, Finland, originally with the name Rani Plast.


HP Plast

In 1958 a family business named HP Plast was established in Sweden within the same industry.


HP Rani Plast

For decades the two family businesses operated independently. In 2004, HP Plast in Klågerup, Sweden, merged with Rani Plast’s unit in Lappfors, Finland, forming HP Rani Plast.


One company, two factories

Today, HP Rani Plast has two manufacturing facilities, still in Klågerup and Lappfors.


We are the first company in our industry in the Nordic countries to be granted permission to use the Nordic Swan Ecolabel. The credential, which aims to promote sustainable development, helps consumers identify responsible products. Only manufacturers who take the entire life cycle of a product, from raw materials to recycling, into account, can use the label.


We manufacture our bin liners and other waste bags at the Lappfors factory in western Finland’s Ostrobothnia. In 2014, the products were granted permission to use the Key Flag symbol by the Association for Finnish Work. The Key Flag symbol guarantees that a product or service is of Finnish origin.

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