Expansion at Peak Poland
Investment continues at Peak Packaging with a substantial expansion at Peak Packaging Poland. Over the past few months the company has been carrying out building work to upgrade their production facility in Bartoszyce, northern Poland, expanding the site to 55,000 square feet – nearly double its former size. This enlarged footprint will deliver a significant increase in production capacity of both liners and injection moulded fitments. The company will utilise this expanded capacity to produce a range of new liner solutions such as trunk and bottom fill liners which will form part of its constantly evolving liquid liner portfolio.
Peak Packaging Poland was founded in early 2008 to establish the Peak Packaging group in mainland Europe and to service the new market for high quality liquid liners used for storage and transportation.
This investment has been planned to meet increasing demand for liquid liners in the European food and toiletries market. IBC liners used in the bulk ‘bag-in’box’ system (intermediate bulk containers and liners) have been adopted as a cost effective alternative to more traditional rigid containers and drums. The purpose built factory was designed to meet the stringent requirements of international food hygiene and has achieved both BRC AA accreditation and FDA approval. The company who celebrated its 10th anniversary earlier this year, now employs 50+ people and exports liquid liners and fitments to customers across Europe and Asia.
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