Polyethylene Packaging Wholesale Manufacturer

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Wholesale Polyethylene Bags

At Caltex Plastics, we’ve been custom manufacturing polyethylene products including bags, liners, covers and films for both commercial and military applications for well over three decades. From linear low-density polyethylene garment bags to FDA-approved high-density polyethylene covers, our 16 monolayer extruders can easily produce the polyethylene products you need — ranging from .23 mil to 8.0 mil in thickness and from 5-inch to 200-inch widths — in your choice of low- to high-density resins.

Read on to discover more about polyethylene, its many uses and why choosing Caltex Plastics as your polyethylene product supplier makes great business sense.

Liners, covers, and film

Caltex Plastics is a manufacturer of quality custom bags and film. With our 16 mono layer extruders, we produce quality polyethylene can and box liners from .23 mil to 8.0 mil thicknesses, from 5 inch to 200 inch widths, and with high or low density resins. Our manufacturing capabilities allow us to supply a number of different poly products for various applications: Box Liners, Pallet Covers, Film (Tubing, Centerfold, Single Wound Sheeting).

  • Bags and tubing available in Low Density Polyethylene, Linear Low Density Polyethylene, and High Density Polyethylene.
  • Products available from .23 mil to 8.0 mil thicknesses, from 5 inch to 200 inch widths.
  • Random printing available, one-sided only. In special cases, two-sided printing is available.
  • Food Grade, Medical Grade, and Industrial Grade products available.
  • Anti-Static, Amine free / Conductive Bags and Film.
  • We stock trash liners in 7 gal, 15 gal, 20 gal, 33 gal, 40 gal, 55 gal, and Glutton sizes.

Bags             Liners            Covers            Films

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Bags and film for many different types of applications:

  • Garment Bags
  • Cut Work Bags
  • Fabric Bags
  • Bags on Rolls
  • Pallet Covers

  • Furniture Covers on Rolls
  • Poly Tubing
  • Poly Sheeting
  • FDA Box Liners
  • Bin Liners

  • Asbestos Bags
  • Conductive Film and Bags
  • Clean Room Bags
  • Anti-Static, Amine-Free Bags & Film

What Is Polyethylene?

Polyethylene — often abbreviated as PE — is the most commonly produced form of thermoplastics. It was first discovered accidentally by Hans von Pechmann, a German chemist, in 1898. Since then, it's gone on to dominate the plastics industry, with polyethylene resins making up over 30 percent of the global market in 2017.

In addition to the cost-effectiveness of its production, many of polyethylene’s physical properties make it a highly useful material. It possesses both high-impact and good ductility strengths. Furthermore, its resistance to most acids, bases, oxidants and reducing agents makes it impervious to many chemicals, vapors and gases. It even serves as a good insulator in electrical applications. Depending on its thickness and the ingredients added during its manufacture, polyethylene can range from being opaque to transparent.

Polyethylene Uses

From food-and-beverage-industry-approved polyethylene case liners to medical-grade LLDPE — or linear low-density polyethylene — products, various forms of polyethylene can protect everything from milk to blood from potential spoilage and contamination. This highly versatile material serves as the foundation for packaging products ranging from clear plastic film wraps and bubble wraps to heavy duty bags, covers and liners. What’s more: It can be colorized and printed on according to your needs.

Typically, lower-density forms of polyethylene are materially tough and ductile. Many forms of LDPE are capable of stretching more than five times their original lengths before tearing.

Polyethylene’s uses include trash liners, pallet covers, furniture covers, fabric bags, asbestos bags, clean room bags, anti-static films, amine-free bags, garment bags, FDA box liners and numerous medical-grade products — to name just a few.

Why Buy From Caltex Plastics?

For all of your poly tubing, sheeting, bags, liners and covers, you’re well-advised to consider Caltex Plastics as your one-stop polyethylene product supplier. We’re in the business of providing the most cost-effective solutions for all of your plastic packaging needs.

We carry one of the largest selections of rollstock — from popular materials like our CALVF4 to our military-approved MIL-PRF-131K. Plus, we operate 24/7, so we can meet even the tightest delivery schedules. That’s why businesses ranging from food and beverage distributors to defense contractors and electronics manufacturers all trust the name Caltex Plastics. They know they can count on every one of our products to be laboratory-tested to meet stated product specifications.

From helping you decide on the right product to ensuring its timely delivery, we leave nothing to chance. To learn more about the unique barrier properties of polyethylene and our full range of PE products, contact us today.

Customer Service

Customer Service

  • Responsive to customer needs
  • Provide custom tailored packaging
  • Customer support (technical, brochures, spec sheets, test data, applications)
  • Competitive pricing
  • Commitment to building long term relationships


  • Over 1 millions pounds of product shipped monthly
  • Competitive Shipping Rates
  • Stock items shipped same day
  • Large inventory of stock sizes
  • National warehousing in the U.S. both west and east coasts.
  • Stocking locations in Asia and Europe (more locations soon)
  • World wide network of qualified distributors


  • Over 50 materials in stock
  • Wide variety of packaging options
  • Customer bag configurations
  • Specialize in short run and custom production
  • Progressive quality control procedures and testing
  • Manufacture 24 hours a day 7 days a week
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Last updated: December 21st, 2020