CABOPOL
Compounder's first North American plant to open in December
Compounder Cabopol (Porto de Mós, Portugal; www.cabopol.com) said it has expanded its production network with a new subsidiary in Mexico. The new plant in Monterrey is scheduled to start production in December and supply customers in the US and Mexico. It is located in one of Monterrey’s industrial areas, where the 10,000 m² site offers space for possible expansion. The new plant is initially to be equipped with two production lines, with a target capacity of 25,000 t/y.

A mock-up of the new plant in Monterrey, Mexico (Graphic: Cabopol)


For Cabopol, this is the first location in North America. To date, the company has manufacturing facilities in Portugal, Serbia and Morocco. The company’s total capacity is expected to be around 135,000 t/y once the new building is up and running.
19.10.2023 Plasteurope.com [253823-0]
Published on 19.10.2023
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