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The acquisition of Rejves Machinery further reinforces Marchesini Group’s Beauty Division. This operation will further boost in-house development of cosmetic packaging technologies to be added to those already consolidated, including solutions for packaging hair care products, body and face creams, make-up products, fragrances, deodorants, and lipsticks.
Rejves Machinery was founded in 2002, and the first machines to be placed on the market were capping machines, sold to customers with small-scale production operations. Over time, the growth of the brand and the development of various patented solutions have allowed the installation of liquid filling and capping machines all over the world, both in family businesses and in the factories of the most important home and personal care multinational companies.
“We are small but special, and perhaps that is why a large multinational like Marchesini Group has decided to invest in us,” Renzo Vesentini, Rejves Machinery’s current owner, declared. “Now we are part of a large group and some commercial mechanisms will change, but I am sure we will conserve our key characteristic: the ability to produce innovative solutions, whether it is a machine for applying special caps or a technology for filling liquids of any complexity.”
Pietro Cassani, chief executive officer of Marchesini Group, added: “Next year our turnover will pass the half a billion mark: acquiring a majority stake in Rejves Machinery will help us to diversify our vast customer portfolio even further and to achieve new growth targets. As part of this expansion, we will be looking in the Mantua area for new staff, mainly technicians and engineers, to join the company alongside the existing workforce of 20.”