Investment in capacity, automation and new technology
The company’s investments are aimed at meeting demand for sustainable packaging products (Photo: Paccor)
German packaging group Paccor (Düsseldorf; has announced plans to invest EUR 40m in 2021 across its businesses in order to meet demand for sustainable packaging products. The company said part of the rise in demand was Covid-19-related, and it would spend some of the money in its domestic injection moulding plant in Ravensburg. Other investments would go towards increasing capacity elsewhere in the group, as well as on automation, logistics improvements and new technology.

Michael Schorn, managing director of Paccor Deutschland, said the Ravensburg production site “has a lot of experience with injection moulding. With its test facilities and its 24/7 production organisation, we can react to fluctuations in demand at any time.”

Paccor employs 13,000 staff worldwide. Earlier in February, the company said despite the pandemic it was managing to keep production going across all of its 16 manufacturing sites, with all facilities keeping to strict health and safety guidelines.
15.02.2021 [246942-0]
Published on 15.02.2021
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