He produces a carrier bag convertible into:
A) a garbage bag
B) a suitsack
The garbage bag is produced from an opaque tubular single or coex PE film, printed or not and with or without a drawstring.
The robe carrier bag is produced from translucent PE film, ½ printed and converts into a suitsack, with the ad still visible in the wardrobe.
The converter's output is 60-80 bags/min, depending on film quality, thickness, gliss, welding temperature. He unfolds tubular film rolls 600 to 800 kgs, max. 1050 mm width, diam. +- 60 cm. For sure, he needs a cooling aggregate and is adapted to US or EC safety standards.
Dirk De Witte offers the licence to produce that bag to a limited group of bag manufacturers, as he takes into account the interested party must invest in settingup, startup costs, promotion expenses and the inevitable early tooth pains, consequence of being the first in their market.
He considers licencees as his partners and, doing so, the partner/licensee will benefit exclusively of all future upgradings and process improvements made by the machine manufacturer and by Mr De Witte.
They will benefit of a sole production right in their market, enabling them to master their organic growth AND increase their turnover and margins, by running their existent extrusion lines at full capacity.
Promotional tools to the licencees may consist of regional TV spots, testsales, publicitary space on the bag promoting green projects or municipal events in case of local taxes on trash bags.