Amcor invests 6.7 million in the extension of its Singen converting plant in Germany

Amcor Flexibles Europe & Americas announces the investment of 6.7 million in its Singen converting plant in Germany.

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This extends the capacity for the production of pharmaceutical packaging and upgrades the classic converting facility meeting the needs of the Pharmaceutical industry.

The aluminum foil rolling and converting plant, employing 1100 people, has integrated mills and supplies high quality multilayer aluminum-based packaging materials to customers all over the world in the pharmaceutical and food industries.

This investment will enlarge the Pharma Clean Center, LKM24, inaugurated three years ago, with a further production hall housing three additional reel slitting machines. Jean-Marie Bouzendorffer, General Manager of Amcor Flexibles Singen: “With this important investment Amcor improves the overall production environment to further meet our customers' growing needs.”

Amcor will continue to upgrade and improve their converting capabilities. In the future, sensitive packaging will be made only in specific production areas in order to meet the high cleanliness and hygiene standards of the pharmaceutical industry.
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