Sursil was founded in Milan in the second half of the 1950s by Leontino Surricchio and Neva Siliprandi, who had an innovative idea at the time: to manufacture plastic packaging.
The first Sursil workshop dates back to 1958, in the basement of the building where they lived: the machinery consists of two pedal heatsealers, which left the scene in the early 1960s but are still in working order and stored in the warehouse.
CONSTRUCTION OF THE FIRST DEPARTMENT
The construction of the first department at the Pozzuolo Martesana site begins in 1960. Sursil begins to take care of the entire production cycle, from extrusion to printing and heat-sealing of plastic bags.
the FIRST generation changeover
The first generational changeover took place in the 1970s: his son Valdo redesigned the company's organisation at the turn of the 70s and 80s and outlined the characteristics that are still the company's strong points today, namely a wide range of articles, great speed in customised production and impeccable quality.
THE QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
In the 1990s the foundations were laid for the first internal quality management system. The process of replacing the first generation of machines is completed.
In the early 2000s, the third generation joined the company. To coincide with the passing of the baton, at the turn of the sixtieth anniversary of the founding of the business, two new company departments were inaugurated to guarantee better process management, according to the principles of lean production.
a new headquarters
A new site is inaugurated next to the historical headquarters with a new, innovative heat sealing department. The quality management system is certified as ISO 9001:2015 by CERTIND.
SURSILBIOPACK IS BORN
The new production plant of SURSIL SRL SURSILBIOPACK. The Audit service & certification certifies that the management system of Sursil's organisation complies with the requirements of standards 14001:2015 and 45001:2018.
SURSILREGENERATED IS BORN
In the new Cassano d’Adda plant, the new SURSILREGENERATED flexible packaging line comes to life, using recycled plastic from post-industrial and post-consumer waste.