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Chicago, IL, USA – (October 11th, 2018) – A new flexible packaging entity with expanded global reach, improved business continuity and enhanced manufacturing capabilities has been announced. Comprised of Rollprint Packaging Products based in the USA, Alliantz Flexible Packaging based in Singapore, and EuroFoil Teo based in Ireland, the new company will focus on the demanding requirements of the medical device, pharmaceutical, diagnostic, and life science industries. The name of the new company will be revealed during Pack Expo, Tuesday evening October 16th.
Rollprint’s CEO, Dhuanne Dodrill, said, “Our customers have clearly communicated their desire to grow with a partner specifically dedicated to flexible materials for the healthcare industry. With our technical depth, regulatory knowledge and expanded manufacturing reach, we are uniquely-positioned to address the needs of multinational companies as well as local firms around the globe.”
The new entity is investing 15 million US dollars across all locations, enabling it to meet growing demand for engineered solutions based on stringent industry requirements. Vertically integrated capabilities allow the new company to offer consistency and continuity of supply.
About Rollprint Packaging Products Rollprint Packaging Products is a science-driven integrated flexible packaging manufacturer that supports the healthcare, life sciences, electronics, household, and other highly demanding markets. Rollprint provides its customers with the h...
About Rollprint Packaging Products
Rollprint Packaging Products is a science-driven integrated flexible packaging manufacturer that supports the healthcare, life sciences, electronics, household, and other highly demanding markets. Rollprint provides its customers with the highest levels of innovation and technical assistance frequently supporting first-to-market packaging concepts. Rollprint’s goal is to create value through science, engineering, collaboration, and best-in-class service. Cutting-edge technology in clear high-barrier films, foil composites, peelable solutions, and chemically resistant materials coupled with a vertically integrated manufacturing process ensures the ideal solution. Rollprint has supplied flexible packaging materials for more than 80 years.
About Alliantz Flexible Packaging
Established right at the outset as a packaging supplier to MDM’s, Alliantz operates from their facility in Singapore. We take pride in being a premier source of flexible packaging supplies to the regional SE Asia medical/healthcare industries and beyond. Offering outstanding peelable and thermoformable films, clean- room manufacturing of pouches and bags, and printed products, Alliantz performs all manufacturing with the healthcare customer in mind: Alliantz’s equipment is designed and operated with automatic tight tolerance control and automated vision inspection systems.
About EuroFoil Teo
EuroFoil Teo was established in 1997 and is located in the picturesque town of Ballyvourney, County Cork in south-west Ireland. EuroFoil Teo's mission is to become the partner of choice for the provision of quality printed primary packaging to the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. EuroFoil Teo offers narrow web small-batch solutions as well as wide web large-run solutions and performs all production in Class 8 clean rooms. EuroFoil Teo now also has the capability of laser scoring “hard-to-open” sachet and flowrap materials. EuroFoil Teo supplies mainly to blue chip multi-national pharmaceutical and healthcare companies and contract manufacturers and packers.
Published by PAXXUS on Mar 15, 2019
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