Spack started in Rotterdam (Holland) in 1977 as a commercial enterprise in vegetable oils and byproducts.
In 1980 a bottling installation was acquired in Eindhoven. The activities quickly concentrated on reform shops and, several years later, on the organic market.
In 1981 all commercial activities in Rotterdam were combined with the bottling activities in Eindhoven and relocated to Hellevoetsluis. In 1999 Spack moved to Oostvoorne. November 2012 Spack moved to the current location in Nieuwe Tonge (Holland).
In the beginning of the 90s a toll crushing agreement was made with a German oil mill that the organic flax-, sesame-, safflower-, rapeseed and sunflower seed would be exclusively pressed for Spack. In 1999 these activities were extended with the foundation of the “Bioperserij Flakkee” in Nieuwe Tonge.
Spack is now able to fully control the process from purchasing, crushing the seeds to the bottling of the oil. Spack has special equipment for filling oils and fats in different kinds of packaging. Spack has multiple filling lines and an extensive storage facility for these activities.
Spack flexible way of operating enables fast processing of small orders to full truck loads with a short delivery time. Please visit our website www.spackbv.com for more information.