About us

Poljostroj Union LLC

Industry of polypropylene twines

POLJOSTROJ UNION DOO was established in 2016. Our main activity is the production of polypropylene binders for which we use exclusively polypropylene, a raw material of domestic (Serbian) origin. The factory is located in Odzaci (Republic of Serbia), next to the source of the raw material, the polypropylene factory Hipol AD. Easily accessible raw materials is one of the main features that allows us to compete in the market in relation to competitors, importers of imported PP binders.
In a short period of time we have developed a wide range of binders and appropriate quality. Attestation and certification of MAX POWER® binders are carried out by an accredited laboratory according to international standards.

By implementing a preventive environmental strategy, we apply it to the production process, products and services in order to: increase overall efficiency and productivity, improve business opportunities and reduce risks to people and the environment.

Cooperation and product development

MAX POWER® Agricultural polypropylene binders can be manufactured according to the specific requirements of our clients in terms of changes in the weight of coils, color of binders and packaging intended for the desired market.

Our prime products

Quality and ecological binders

Agricultural polypropylene twines for straw and hay baling and binders for general use produced according to the highest standard of agricultural equipment manufacturers. In the range of PP binders we offer the most commonly used types T400, T500 and T800 (5 kg spools) for hard straw and hay baling, recommended for all types of press balers. Binders of type Rafia, T1000 and T1200 are the ideal choice for bonding vegetable crops, vineyards and others, because in addition to the top quality of the materials from which they are produced, they contain special additives for protection against UV radiation, moisture and chemical agents, and which allow for a significantly longer exposure time to external influences during the storage of animal feed or the fixation of agricultural crops on the site of vegetation.