Invented in 1963 by the Frenchman Louis Doyen, then Chairman & CEO of THIMONNIER, this pouch was originally designed for packing fruit juice and subsequently olives.
Owned by the company THIMONNIER, the name DOYPACK® (DOYen PACKaging) is an internationally recognised trademark.
Beginning in 1965 working for the family-owned firm THIMONNIER, Louis Doyen develops machines to manufacture and fill DOYPACK® pouches.
Not being a packaging manufacturer, he signs licensing agreements with large plastic film processing companies: Cellophane (later Alcan then Amcor) in France, Kalle (Hoechst) in Germany, Grace Cryovac (Sealed Air) in Italy, Fujimori in Japan, Grafo Regia in Mexico…
Today over 40 billion DOYPACK® pouches are sold each year, offering differentiation to the bottle, carton (and other) packaging used for solid and liquid products.
Based on its 50 years of experience, THIMONNIER offers packaging solutions combining ultra-hygienic design, the latest motion & high-speed technologies and customised solutions to all of its customers.
Thimonnier uses its factory for one of its customers by packaging more than 2000 liters of hydroaloccolic gel in DOYPACK® pouches.
Thimonnier wishes to inform you that all the necessary measures to protect the health and safety of its employees are adopted. We continue to best serve our customers during this health crisis.
Discover a great application for packaging milk in PILLOW POUCH with our customer COLFRANCE based in COLOMBIA
Mars 2020 : CFIA Rennes
Avril 2020 : DJAZAGRO, Algeria
Mai 2020 : Interpack, Germany
Novembre 2020 : ALL4PACK, Paris
On October 28, 2019, Sylvie Guinard, President of Thimonnier, was nominated President of the Board of Directors of INPI, whose General Direction is held by Pascal Faure. She succeeds Agnès Paillard, at the end of the term.