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RPC expands its factory in Velky Meder, Slovakia

According to the RPC Group, the opening of a new production hall at the Velky Meder plant in Slovakia “will provide enhanced support for the Bramlage division’s customers in Eastern and Southern Europe.

An investment of EUR 4.2 million

The 2700m2 area, which has doubled the size of the injection moulding production area, and the installation of new injection moulding equipment and assembly lines - an investment of around EUR4.2 million - will enable the company to produce a wider range of both bespoke and standard packs for key markets including beauty care and food, as well as specialist sectors such as building and household products.

In particular, the expanded facility should allow production of top-selling RPC Bramlage ranges including advanced dispensers and high-quality crème jars, with faster delivery to East and South Europe, thanks to Velky Meder’s central European location.

This is a significant development for our site and will be instrumental in driving our continued growth and success,” comments RPC Velky Meder’s General Manager Andreas Keller.

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