Burgess Printing & Packaging

Burgess Printing & Packaging history can be traced back to Austria in 1868, when its founders, the Ulrich family, engraved seals for the Royal Family and the Government. By the early 1900s the company had progressed into printing and die-cutting labels.

In the mid-1950s Walter Ulrich migrated to Australia and set up Ulrich Labels. Carrying on the family tradition of innovation, quality and service, he quickly built a strong client list.

In 1972 the business was sold to the Burgess Family and became part of the Burgess Group. That historic commitment to innovation, quality and service is what drives the company today.

In 2009 through acquisition we added a complete range of flexible packaging products to our portfolio.

Our considerable experience in the production of labels and flexible packaging puts us at the forefront of innovation for many clients within the Pharmaceutical & Health, Food & Beverage, Chemical and Industrial Market Sectors.

Our flexible packaging offers a wide range of materials designed for "fit for purpose" applications and structures to improve packaging performance in all markets. These include Barrier & Non Barrier Structures, inclusive of both High and Low Structures, and Metalised and Multiple Layer Structures. Burgess Printing & Packaging also offer Thermoform and VFFS Applications.

Our Pressure Sensitive business offers capacity for high-volume, long-run printing providing an extremely cost effective solution.

As a business we appreciate the importance of delivering our customers high quality products and services and consider our customers to be our most valuable stakeholders. In recent years the pursuit of excellence has brought many milestones including ISO 9001:2000 Accreditation, Implementation of GMP Principles, Vendor Certification with a global partner, HACCP, Safety Map Accreditation and AQIS approved supplier status.