10th Anniversary Celebrations in Poland
Peak Packaging Poland has reached a milestone and is celebrating its 10th anniversary in business. The company was founded in early 2008 in Bartoszyce, in northern Poland, to establish the Peak Packaging group in mainland Europe and to service the growing demand for high quality liquid liners. This type of packaging is used in combination with bulk containers (IBCs) for storing and transporting liquid products in the food, cosmetics and pharmaceutical sectors. Robert Wheatley, CEO of Peak Packaging, initially set up the new business in rented premises with a small team of locally recruited employees, including the Managing Director Daniel Zrodlewski, and Izabela Możejko who both continue to front the business.
The local market was quick to adopt the IBC/liner system as a cost effective alternative to the more traditional rigid containers and drums used in the food and cosmetics sectors. Demand led to a growing need for increased production capacity and in 2014 the company went on to invest in a purpose–built manufacturing site in Bartosyze, which was designed to meet the stringent requirements of international food hygiene. The company now employs 50+ people and exports liquid liners and fitments to customers across Europe and Asia.
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