Serioplast sees Lodz of room to expand in Poland
Italian plastics packaging blow moulder Serioplast is investing more the €8m to construct a new plant near Lodz, Poland, creating at least 66 jobs.
By Richard Higgs
Posted 27 September 2011
The group, based in Dalmine, Italy, has just won planning consent to occupy a 4.5 hectare site in the Kutno area of the Lodz Special Economic Zone. The new facility will be operated by the group’s national subsidiary Serioplast Poland.
In Poland, Serioplast intends to produce a range of packaging for the food, pharmaceutical, detergents and cosmetics industries. The group already runs 16 plants in European countries including Hungary, Slovakia, Germany, France and Italy.
Serioplast Poland has agreed to that it will meet a deadline of December 2017 by which time it will employ a workforce of more than 66 at the new site.
The Italian group, which blow moulds bottles and injection moulds bottle performs, strengthened its position in France in late 2009 when it took over Graham Emballage Plastique of Meaux. The business changed its name to Serioplast Meaux and moved the company base to Langeais, France.
It was at the end of 2008 that Serioplast launched 6,000 m² production hall at its Hungarian blow moulding plant at Nyirbator in the country’s north east. It has expanded this facility since then.
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