The beauty packaging manufacturer has expanded its manufacturing capabilities in Asia with the opening of a new plant in South Korea last March. Built from scratch in less than 18 months, this new manufacturing unit houses Toly’s Aoki stretch injection blow moulding machines producing PET jars and bottles for the beauty industry.
This new facility is vertically integrated: in addition to injection moulding capabilities, several finishing operations — including metallization, inside coating — can also be performed in-house. Automated assembly is also available.
The plant complements Toly Korea existing manufacturing units that specialise in bottles and jars, cushion compacts, droppers, dispensers, and loose powder containers.
Since 2008, Toly has also had a joint venture manufacturing plant focused on airless packaging — TAP Korea (for Toly Airless Packaging) — which moved into a new 20,000 sqm purpose-built facility in 2019 with key technology and focus on pump manufacturing.
“Our Toly Korea trading office supports our manufacturing plants dealing daily with our global sales organisation to support customer requests and support the development of new products. Being a privately owned business our aim is to be different and think different for a sustainable future,” commented Andy Gatesy, Chairman & CEO of Toly Products.