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Taiki increases European capabilities and launches antimicrobial resin

Taiki Cosmetics Europe recently signed two strategic partnerships with Spanish company Monomer Tech on the one hand, and with pharmaceutical company Famar on the other hand. In parallel, the Japan-based group is also launching EcoG+, a patented antimicrobial plastic resin, on the European market.

Strategic partnerships

Taiki wants to offer an even wider range of full service solutions to its customers, the big players in the European cosmetics industry in Europe. The supplier of makeup and skincare tools, dispensers and products, is therefore working at strengthening its production capabilities in Europe. Taiki Cosmetics Europe thus announced alsmost simultaneously the conclusion of two strategic partnerships.

The first agreement, with Monomer Tech, a company based in Barcelona, specialized in plastic injection and customized packaging developments for the cosmetics industry, focuses on plastic injection of closures and containers and the production of high quality powder puffs.

The second agreement, with Famar, a top name in the European pharmaceutical industry, will initially give Taiki increased filling/packaging capacity for its functionnal dispensers and masks. “This partnership will allow Taiki to further develop its ‘full service’ offer to its growing customer base,” said the company in a release.

Antimicrobial resin

Simultaneously, Taiki also announces the introduction on the European market of EcoG+, a patented antimicrobial plastic resin.

EcoG+ allows creating packaging and functional dispensers that play an active role in the preservation of the formula. This new resin combines three materials: plastic, glass beads and Silver ions AG+. “This preservative matrix will allow Taiki’s customers to reduce or suppress preservative agents in their formulas,” claims the company.

Established in 2008, Taiki Cosmetics Europe is the subsidiary of Japanese group Taiki, and achieved a turnover of 10,5 million euros in 2012, 14 employees in Paris, France.

Vincent Gallon

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