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Scholle IPN opens new packaging facility in Chile

PKBR Staff Writer Published 13 June 2017

Flexible packaging solutions provider Scholle IPN has opened a new manufacturing facility in Santiago, Chile.

The new facility will manufacture bag-in-box style flexible packaging for institutional and retail markets.

It will also produce consumer-friendly spouted pouch packaging solutions for the customers.

Scholle IPN produces flexible packaging solutions for processed fruits and vegetables, dairy products, and aseptic juices in the Latin American market.

The company manufactures flexible packaging solutions for bag-in-box, pouches, components, fitments, connectors and filling equipment.

In April this year, Scholle IPN also opened a new advanced 6,000ft² flexible packaging facility in Palghar, India, in a bid to provide better services for the customers.

The facility has been installed with 25 injection molding machines and automatic bag-making machines to produce aseptic bag-in-box packaging products.

Scholle has developed the new facility to manufacture aseptic and 220-liter drum bags for the tropical fruit juice industry.

Scholle IPN president and CEO Eli Carmeli said: "Scholle IPN has fourteen packaging manufacturing sites, two filling equipment manufacturing sites, and four sales offices located across five continents.

“Our strategy has always been to build and manufacture in locations that best-serve our customers and their markets in an economic and logistically-smart way.”

Scholle IPN Latin America general manager Ademir Fragnani said: "The plant in Santiago is designed specifically for our manufacturing processes. The 2,000m2 building includes offices, a warehouse, and a clean room environment for specialized manufacturing of spouted pouches and bag-in-box.”

Scholle IPN produces flexible packaging solutions for processed fruits and vegetables, dairy products, and aseptic juices in the Latin American market.

The company manufactures flexible packaging solutions for bag-in-box, pouches, components, fitments, connectors and filling equipment.


Image: Scholle IPN expands its flexible packaging manufacturing footprint with a new plant in Santiago, Chile. Photo: courtesy of PRNewsFoto / Scholle IPN.