PP Leno Bags and Fabric is used to package various commodities like Vegetables, Fruits, Tea, Pulses, Butter, Cereal and Meat.
With experience of catering to the world largest producer of fruit and vegetables, Petrotech develops solutions that address the need for proper handling and packaging of perishable items like onions and potatoes, ginger, tomatoes, carrots, coconuts, apples, dates and other vegetables and fruits. This is being well appreciated not only by growers or consumers but also by the various merchandising associations, traders and authorities involved in marketing of agricultural produce.

The packaging material currently being used for consumption is mostly new/reused jute bags. Rachel netted bags are an alternative however due its basic construction (knit), it performs well when packing loads less than 20 kilos under rough handling conditions and thus find a different segment with respect to leno and jute bags.
Till date leno bags have already gained wide acceptance in the developed as well as developing countries, like Sri Lanka substituting used jute bags and other alternate packing material in loose form. The plastic raw materials used to make leno bags are Polypropylene and HDPE. Leno bags can be used to pack onions and potatoes along with other fruits and vegetables up to 50 kgs capacity (ILO regulations compliant).
Leno bags will substitute the old jute bags (single use) whenever transportation involves longer distances since there is wastage and spillage of onions and potatoes from the stitched areas while using old jute bags.
Leno bags can be made to pack onions/potatoes with capacities upto 50/60 kgs


Leno weave improves the stability in ‘open’ fabrics, which have a low fiber count. This form of woven fabrics constructed by twisting adjacent warp fibers around consecutive weft fibers to form a spiral pair effectively ‘locking’ each weft in place. Polypropylene and High density polyethylene granules extruded to form flat tape of various deniers. These tapes are used to weave this fabric. These leno fabrics can be woven on circular looms to form tubes of various lengths or flat looms to form single flat fabric of various widths and continuous lengths.