Jindal Films Europe, a global leader in the development and manufacture of specialty films for the flexible packaging and labeling markets, is further expanding its metallizing capabilities at its site in Brindisi, Italy. The new metallizer will add a further 10,000 tons of metallization capacity with start-up expected in the second half of 2017.

This new capacity comes after the successful installation and start-up of another new metallizer in the first half of 2016, which is currently running at full capacity.

“Supply reliability is key for our customers and this investment reinforces our commitment to providing them with a long-term strategy,” said Alessandro Fontanarosa, Brindisi Operations Director, Jindal Films Europe. “Aligning with the new 10.5 m extrusion line currently being installed, this additional capability will provide a superior service and quality combined with the highest level of manufacturing efficiency”.

“These additional assets further strengthen our technology capability in delivering large volumes of high quality MET films, while expanding the flexibility to produce a wide range of innovative products,” said Vito Signore, Venture Manager, Jindal Films Europe.

 

About Jindal Films

Jindal Films is an industry leader in the development and manufacture of specialty packaging and labeling film solutions, including multilayer white opaque films, metalized films and coated films, for flexible packaging and labeling applications.

Jindal Films has affiliated production plants in Europe (Virton, Belgium; Kerkrade, The Netherlands; and Brindisi, Italy), and in the United States (LaGrange, Georgia; and Shawnee, Oklahoma).

The company and its affiliates have sales offices to support customer needs in countries around the world, including North America, Europe and Asia.

For more information visit www.jindalfilms.com or contact us at info@jindalfilms.com 

Note to Editors

  • Metallyte™, Bicor™, OPPalyte™, Label-Lyte™, Platinum Thermal™, Digilyte™ and SealTOUGH™ are registered trademarks of Jindal Films.