Arquivo da Tag: 2012

Export Plastic Program brings Brazilian design in plastic housewares to Ambiente 2012

For the fourth consecutive year, the Export Plastic Program brings the best in plastic housewares from Brazil to Ambiente, held from February 10 to February 14 in Frankfurt, Germany.

Eight Brazilian companies will be exposing their portfolio of plastic tableware, kitchenware, bathware and more in hall 5.0, booth C44. The Brazilian plastic houseware products are known for its quality, diversity and creative design.

The Export Plastic Program has 70 associated companies, 40 of them specialized in plastic housewares. These companies export to more than 30 countries in Europe, Africa and North, Central and South America. Their exports of housewares in 2011 (until October) were about US$ 48 million, a value increase of 62% in comparison with the same period in 2010.

In the 2011 edition of Ambiente, 11 Brazilian companies participated in the program’s booth and made 175 contacts with international buyers. The business volume during the show reached US$140,000 in contracts, plus other US$ 2,1 million expected for the following 12 months.

About The Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program was created in January 2004 when the Brazilian integrated plastic chain, ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned or its high technology as well as for the qualification of its human resources, in partnership with the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade through Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), took the decision to promote the exports of converted plastic products under the coordination of Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP).

The objective of the Export Plastic Program is to increase the exports of finished plastic products through encouraging Brazilian converters to venture into exports, to help them develop and expand their overseas business and to establish a substantial international operation. For buyer’s market, that support means more quality as a supplier, better answer to the demands and specifications, knowledge about local culture and meeting deadlines.
Profile of Brazilian Companies exhibitors at Ambiente

Bettanin: It is leader in the market of household cleaning products, with more than 240 milion of pieces produced annually.

Grupo BB: The BB Group has successful brands in the plastic industry and promotional products – segment of Giftware, Housewares and Souvenirs.

Jaguar: Established in the market for more than 30 years, Jaguar offers three lines: Housewares, with more than 200 products, Industrial Packaging and Taylor Made Projects.

Plasútil: A leader in the Brazilian Plastic Market and present in over 30 countries, with a product range of more than 700 Plastic Housewares items which combine high quality, modern design and functionality.

Sanremo: Important player in the Plastic Housewares industry worldwide, Sanremo has been leading the Brazilian market of plasticware for over 40 years and expanding rapidly globally with business in over 50 countries worldwide.

Schwanke: Founded in 1951, it’s located in the South of Brazil. It manufactures plastic cleaning housewares and nonwoven products from natural and synthetic fibers.

São Bernardo: Founded in 1959, its line includes around 200 household utensils, such as tool boxes, shelves, set of drawers and CD-cases, that are sold all over Brazil, and are also export to more than 20 countries.

Plast-Leo: Manufacturer of plastic films, specialized in housewares items like shower curtains, aprons and shower mats.

 

Export Plastic Program (08 brazilian manufacturers in one booth)
Plastic Housewares by Brazil
Messe Frankfurt – Hall 5.0, booth C44
February 10th to February 14th

For further press information about the Export Plastic Program, please contact:
Nivalda Fonseca – Marketing and Communications Specialist
Phone: +55 11 2148-4776 (Office) / +55 11 8285-4555 (mobile)
E-mail: nivalda.fonseca@exportplastic.com
Sítio web: www.exportplastic.com

Source: Think Plastic Brazil

Home & Housewares to feature the best in Plastic Housewares from Brazil

More than 20 Brazilian companies showcase products and solutions

The Brazilian companies will feature attractive plastic housewares at the Home & Housewares International Show in Chicago, from Saturday March 10th through Tuesday March 13th. They will be showcasing their portfolio of tableware, kitchenware, bathware, organizers, office and stationery products and much more in the North Pavilion, Booth # N6324. The Brazilian plastic houseware products are highly appreciated for their quality, diversity and creative design.

As a special attraction, to promote knowledge about Brazil, members of the media attending our booth will be entitled to register for a chance to win a VIP Invitation to attend the “São Paulo Indy 300”, the IZOD IndyCar Series race to take place in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on April 29th, 2012. The winner will receive US-Brazil-US air tickets, courtesy of the Export Plastic Program, and lodging, meals, ground transfers and VIP access to the IndyCar events courtesy of Apex-Brasil.

The Export Plastic Program reunites about 70 member companies, 40 of them specialized in plastic houseware products. These companies export to more than 30 countries in Europe, North and South America and Africa. Their exports of housewares in 2011 amounted to about US$ 50 million, a value increase of 62% compared to 2010.

At the 2011 edition of Home & Housewares, 24 Brazilian companies participated in the program’s booth and made 411 successful contacts with international buyers. The volume of businesses resulting from the show reached US$ 365.000 in contracts, plus other US$ 2,1 million in deals expected to close during the following 12 months.

About the Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program was created in December 2003, when the Brazilian integrated plastic chain, ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned or its high technology as well as for the qualification of its human resources, in partnership with the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade through Apex-Brasil (the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), took the decision to promote the exports of converted plastic products under the coordination of the Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP).

The objective of the Export Plastic Program is to increase the exports of finished plastic products through encouraging Brazilian converters to venture into exports, to help them develop and expand their overseas business and to establish a substantial international operation.

Profile of Brazilian Companies exhibitors at International Home & Housewares Show

Acrimet: Specialized in Office, Stationery & School accessories, this company invests a great deal in market research to attend more than 30 countries. In the USA, their products, such as office organizers, desktop accessories, card files, displays and others could be found at The Container Store.

Anodilar: Focused on the Food (institutional) and Housewares segment, this company produces more than 200 items such as meat mincers, sealed food containers, napkin dispensers, boxes, bottle holders, fruit and vegetable cutters, moulds, lamps, ladders and others.

Arthi: Arthi Comercial is today one of the leading companies in the Brazilian market of household utilities. Arthi manufactures table, cleaning, bathroom and gardening products, thus taking part of most Brazilian homes everyday.

Bandeirante: This company manufactures PET jars in a large variety of sizes and styles . It also offers a line of PET and PVC industrial containers. It exports currently to the USA, Latin America and the European Union.

BB Store: The BB Group has successful brands in the plastic industry and promotional products – segment of Giftware, Housewares and Souvenirs. Bringing to the market the concept of sustainable products, with the use of coconut or wood natural fibers composed with thermoplastics, as well as the concept of recyclable products, made with 100% of raw material packing postconsumer recycled Tetrapak.

Belchior: Focused in household products, this company offers a complete line of curtain and accessories in different models and colors. Using recycled raw materials, Belchior employs the standards hardwoods with a perfect finishing.

Bettanin: This is the leader in the household cleaning products market, with more than 240 million of pieces produced annually. The company constantly invests in products development to improve the consumers’ lives.

Brinox: Its one of the main largest manufacturers of household appliances in Brazil. The company’s main raw materials is stainless steel, but also manufactures products made of chromed steel, silicon, plastic, nylon, aluminum, among others. It currently have 2.000 items in its portfolio of products for kitchen, bathroom , laundry and decoration. In addition to solutions for the home, the company also operates in the corporate market such as hotels, bars and restaurants.

Cobrirel: This is a company that operates in the household utilities markets in Brazil, in addition to producing plastic components for the electro-electronics, automotive, telecommunications and home appliances industries, among others. Today, their portfolio includes over 50 products for the kitchen, garden, bathroom, organizers, water dispensing accessories, hangers, school lunch, floors, casters, etc.

Coza: This company invests in design and in a variety of compact plastic products that offer flexibility in modern day life. Unifying technology and beauty, the company offers more than 200 products in different lines, creating shapes and concepts for housewares.

Invicta: Since 1952, this company manufactures thermal bottles, jars and pots with glass inner, plastic insulated products and also a line of glass products.

Jaguar: Established in the market for more than 30 years, Jaguar offers three lines: Housewares, with more than 200 products, Industrial Packaging and Taylor Made Projects.

Martiplast: Specialized in creating, developing and manufacturing decoration, organizing and plastic houseware items. With over 280 products in its portfolio, Martiplast has been ranked among the most innovative companies in Brazil for over 15 years.

Multbox: Located in São Paulo, Multbox has as a goal to guarantee the quality of their products and services. With over 35 years of tradition in injection and lamination of thermoplastic, acts in several segments with: Industrial reel, drawers, tool, fishing and medicines cases, laminated and Techniques parts. A certified company ISO 9001, aims to follow the growth of the technological sophistication of the national and international market.

Naxos: Naxos is in the market of home appliances offering reliable, safe and easy to use quality products. Its products are sold throughout Brazil and abroad. Its flexible structure provides fast delivery, fair prices and guaranteed customer satisfaction. Naxos sells the Lume lighter, which is a trusted brand present in the Brazilian’s lives for 20 years due to its quality. Naxos is a SGS certified company.

Plastion: With design, innovation and technology, the company manufactures more than 120 plastic housewares items such as bathware accessories, kitchenware, office & stationary, tableware and beauty line. Without forgetting the responsibility to the environment, the company uses recycled materials in some product lines, aiming at diminishing the impact of excess generation of hazardous waste to the ecosystem.

Plast-Leo: Manufacturer of plastic films, specialized in housewares items such as shower curtains, aprons and shower mats.

Plasútil: A leader in the Brazilian Plastic Market and present in over 30 countries, with a product range of more than 700 Plastic Housewares items which combine high quality, modern design and functionality. Their products use an innovative technology named in mold label which the product images do not fade, do not scratch and can be washed and brought in the microwave.

PKZ: PKZ is the national leadership of bottles sector. It’s line is divided in three: Promotional (bottles, housewares, freesbes and personal care); Retail (children line, PET bottles, isothermal bottles) and Industrial (PET pots and packaging).

Sanremo: Important player in the Plastic Housewares industry worldwide, Sanremo has been leading the Brazilian market of plasticware for over 40 years and expanding rapidly globally with business in over 50 countries worldwide. The company offers to the buyers market everything in plastic housewares such organizers, products to kitchen, bath, cleanliness, laundry, landscape, children and pets, etc.

Soprano: The company develops its actions with a focus on customers of the segments retail, wholesale and household. Soprano offers the market products such as thermos dishes, isothermicals, thermos bottles and promotional products.

São Bernardo: Founded in 1959, its line includes around 200 household utensils, such as tool boxes, shelves, set of drawers and CD-cases, that are sold all over Brazil, and are also export to more than 20 countries.

Schwanke: Founded in 1951, it manufactures plastic cleaning housewares and nonwoven products from natural and synthetic fibers.

Tritec: With 20 years of experience in the market, Tritec is specialized in the industrialization and commercialization of plastic products designed for domestic utilities, children’s line and the packaging line for food products. Tritec is a transforming company operating in the most diverse manufacturing processes, the main one being injection.
Export Plastic Program (More than 20 Brazilian manufacturers in one booth)
Mc Cormick Place – Chicago – North Pavilion, booth #N6324
Home & Housewares International Show – March 10th to 13th

For further press information about the Export Plastic Program, please contact:
Nivalda Fonseca – Marketing and Communications Specialist
Phone: +55 11 2148-4776 (Office) / +55 11 8285-4555 (mobile)
E-mail: nivalda.fonseca@exportplastic.com
Website: www.exportplastic.com

Source: Think Plastic Brazil

NRA to feature professional plasticware from Brazil

Eight Brazilian companies will feature attractive plastic products at the National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago, from Saturday May 5th through Tuesday May 08th. They will be showcasing their portfolio of professional products, tableware, kitchenware, organizers and much more in the North Pavilion, Booth # N6245. The Brazilian plasticware is highly appreciated for their quality, diversity and creative design.

The Export Plastic Program reunites about 70 member companies. These companies export to more than 30 countries in Europe, North and South America and Africa. At the 2011 edition of NRA Show, 10 Brazilian companies participated in the program’s booth and made 300 successful contacts with international buyers from North America, Mexico, Japan, Uruguay, France, Australia and South Africa. The volume of businesses resulting from the show reached US$ 200.000 i in contracts, plus other US$ 800.000 million in deals expected to close during the following 12 months.

About the Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program was created in December 2003, when the Brazilian integrated plastic chain, ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned or its high technology as well as for the qualification of its human resources, in partnership with the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade through Apex-Brasil (the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), took the decision to promote the exports of converted plastic products under the coordination of the Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP).

The objective of the Export Plastic Program is to increase the exports of finished plastic products through encouraging Brazilian converters to venture into exports, to help them develop and expand their overseas business and to establish a substantial international operation.

Profile of Brazilian Companies exhibitors at NRA Show

Acrimet: Specialized in Office, Stationery & School accessories, this company invests a great deal in market research to attend more than 30 countries. In the USA, their products, such as office organizers, desktop accessories, card files, displays and others could be found at The Container Store.

Anodilar: Focused on the Food (institutional) and Housewares segment, this company produces more than 200 items such as meat mincers, sealed food containers, napkin dispensers, boxes, bottle holders, fruit and vegetable cutters, moulds, lamps, ladders and others.

Belchior: Focused in household products, this company offers a complete line of curtain and accessories in different models and colors. Using recycled raw materials, Belchior employs the standards hardwoods with a perfect finishing.

Bettanin: This is the leader in the household cleaning products market, with more than 240 million of pieces produced annually. The company constantly invests in products development to improve the consumers’ lives.

Coza: This company invests in design and in a variety of compact plastic products that offer flexibility in modern day life. Unifying technology and beauty, the company offers more than 200 products in different lines, creating shapes and concepts for housewares.

Oxford: Focused on products as ceramic, porcelain and crystal tablewares, actually the company exports for more than 60 countries, being recognized on five continents for its quality and design.  Oxford is member of Glass Brasil, the project that incentive the Brazilian exports in this segment.

Plasútil: A leader in the Brazilian Plastic Market and present in over 30 countries, with a product range of more than 700 Plastic Housewares items which combine high quality, modern design and functionality. Their products use an innovative technology named in mold label which the product images do not fade, do not scratch and can be washed and brought in the microwave.

Sanremo: Important player in the Plastic Housewares industry worldwide, Sanremo has been leading the Brazilian market of plasticware for over 40 years and expanding rapidly globally with business in over 50 countries worldwide. The company offers to the buyers market everything in plastic housewares such organizers, products to kitchen, bath, cleanliness, laundry, landscape, children and pets, etc.

Export Plastic Program (More than 20 Brazilian manufacturers in one booth)
Mc Cormick Place – Chicago – North Pavilion, booth #N6324
National Restaurant Association Show – May 5th to 8th

For further press information about the Export Plastic Program, please contact:
Nivalda Fonseca – Marketing and Communications Specialist
Phone: +55 11 2148-4776 (Office) / +55 11 8285-4555 (mobile)
E-mail: nivalda.fonseca@exportplastic.com
Website: www.exportplastic.com

 

Source: Think Plastic Brazil

Brazilian Packaging Industry brings Plastic Packaging Products to Fach Pack 2012

06 Brazilian manufacturers arrive at Germany with the support of the Export Plastic Program to offer the packaging solutions

The Export Plastic Program brings the best in flexible plastic packaging from Brazil to Fach Pack, held from September 25th to September 27th at the Nürnberg Messe, Nürnberg, Germany. Brazilian flexible plastic packaging products are known for their quality and diversity.

Six manufacturers from Brazil will be presenting their product range of: stretch and shrink films, PP films on rolls, PET films, food and beverage containers, industrial packaging, lids, injected molded products, masterbatches with concentrates of white and black pigment, compounds and colors for application in thermoplastic resins.

Due to the multiple business relations between Europe and Brazil and the recent growth of the industry, Brazil maintains a high interest in the European market and arrives at Fach Pack with the full support of the Export Plastic Program and the coordination of the Brazilian Plastic Institute, sponsored by Apex-Brazil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency).
Six Brazilian Manufactures in a Single Stand

BANDEIRANTE: It’s company manufactures PET jars in a large variety of sizes and styles . It also offers a line of PET and PVC industrial containers. Exports currently to the USA, Latin America and the European Union.

CARTONALE: Largest provider in Latin-America of cartonplast and was the first company in obtaining the ISO 9001 Certification. This company provides creative solutions to every packaging need in the following industries: appliances, automotive, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, among others. Currently, CARTONALE exports high quality products at competitive prices to Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and the United States.

CROMEX: Industry leader in the Brazilian market for masterbatches with more than 30 years of experience. CROMEX mixes competitiveness and quality in its products and enjoys the recognition of its clients. Certified with ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001, the company has to its disposal specialized laboratories and the latest technology for the research and development of new products with specifications for the international market.

EMBAQUIM: Pioneers in Brazil in the manufacture of bag-in-box packaging, the creativity, experience and innovation stems from the principles of sustainable development. Currently the company manufactures bags from 800ml to 1,000lts. Its product portfolio includes coils and bags with varying stages of production and has to its disposal automated equipment with 100% virgin and nontoxic raw materials.

EUROPACKNE: Company specialized in the manufacture of stretch films. Its structure is comprised of cutting edge equipment and it’s the only company in Brazil to utilize nanofilm with up to 36 coats. With advanced technology, broad experience of its technicians, and high standards of quality and productivity EUROPACKNE offers the best solutions in plastic packaging.

FFS: Company specialized in the manufacture of form, fill, and seal films and automatically valvulated bags. The company possesses professional employees with a high degree of technical qualification dedicated to delivering products of superior quality along with the best technology in existence for the manufacture of polyethylene films.

GERRESHEIMER/ VÉDAT: The Company has a solid international structure with manufacturing plants in Brazil and Argentina; a strategic partner for the pharmaceutical industry offering a complete line of products and services which include complex systems for administration of dosage and safe application of medicine.

IBRAPACK: Company dedicated to the manufacture of zippers with a broad and differentiated portfolio of models to better adapt to the packaging needs of its clients. Its products can be delivered in coils of 2,000, 3,000, or 4,000 meter of zippers. Once wrapped, the zippers are packaged for protection during delivery and transportation. Currently, IBRAPACK exports to Mexico, South Africa, Colombia, Chile, and other countries in Latin America.

INJEPLAST: Manufactures plastic packaging for laboratories and homeopathic pharmacies and meets all international standards of production guaranteeing quality, hygiene, and cleanliness of its products. Currently its products are distributed not only in Brazil but also in other international markets.

PISANI: Latin America industry leader in offering advanced technology solutions for reusable plastic packaging, with outstanding presence throughout the domestic territory as well as other countries in Latin America with a broad structure and commercial customer service support. PISANI offers a wide array of products: plastic boxes for food and beverage, containers for industry in general, boxes for dairy products, fish products, poultry products, pig farm products, plastic products for the automotive industry, plastic furniture products for homes & garden, among other segments.

POLO: Part of the UNIGEL Group, which is one of the most important petrochemical groups of Latin America, integrated by eight other businesses with manufacturing plants in Brazil and Mexico. POLO films is one of the main manufacturers of BOPP (bio-oriented polypropylene) in Latin America with 32 years of experience. Currently the company has capacity for the annual production of 78,000 tons of BOPP, offering over 30 different types of films which are distributed successfully in more than 20 countries in the world.

SLEEVER: Leader and pioneer in its industry segment for over 35 years created the concept and is the owner of the registered trademark Sleever. The company has continuously improved its technology within a framework of excellence from the chemistry and engineering all the way to the transformation and service. Visit at STAND # 3106

TECH SPRAYER: Has 16 years of experience and a wide array of products with the highest quality standards; specializes in the manufacture of rigid plastic packaging and dispensers for the cosmetics, pharmaceutical, and personal care industries.

TERPHANE: South America it’s only manufacturer of BOPET films. With approximatelty 300 employees, TERPHANE manufactures polyester films of up to 50 microns of thickness used in flexible packaging and industrial applications. The company maintains a long standing relationship with distinguished clients in Latin America, North America, and Europe. With manufacturing plants strategically located the east coast of the United States and Brazil, TERPHANE distributes its quality products to clients in all 5 continents.

TOPACK: Industry player with more than 25 years in the transformation of polypropylene resins; qwns modern equipment for the manufacture of threads and handles of different weight and specifications. Additionally offers geotextiles, protective textile for large constructions and big bags capable of housing and transporting minerals, grains, chemical, or food powder of up to 2 tons. Additionally the company offers stand bags, bulkliner and seabulk.

ZARAPLAST: Has to its disposal 9 manufacturing plants employing over 2,000 qualified professionals, manufacturing plastic packaging products distributed in Brazil and abroad. ZARAPLAST´S packaging products are present in the food and beverage industries, hygiene, cleaning, chemicals, petrochemicals, fertilizers, among others.

 

About the Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program has 70 associated companies with 40 of them specialized in flexible packaging. Together, these companies export to more than 30 countries in Europe, North America, South America, and Africa. The Export Plastic Program was created in December 2003 through an agreement between the Brazilian Integrated Plastic Chain (ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned for its high technology as well as the quality of its human resources) and the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade.

Through Apex-Brasil and under the coordination of the Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP), the Export Plastic Program seeks to promote the exports of finished plastic products and encourages Brazilian plastic converter industries to substantially develop and expand their business overseas.

Please visit us at Fach Pack, Nürnberg Messe, stand 510, pavilion 09, from the 25th – 27th of September 2012.

 

For further press information about the Export Plastic Program, please contact:

Cristina Sacramento – Phone: +55 11 98245-1016 (on site during the show)
+55 11 2148-4773
E-mail: cristina.sacramento@exportplastic.com
Website: www.exportplastic.com

 

Source: Think Plastic Brazil

Brazilian Packaging Industry brings Plastic Packaging Products to Pack Expo 2012

11 Brazilian manufacturers arrive at USA with the support of the Export Plastic Program to offer the packaging solutions

 

The Export Plastic Program brings the best in flexible plastic packaging from Brazil to Pack Expo, held from October 28th to October 31st at the McCormick Place, Chicago, USA.

Eleven manufacturers from Brazil will be presenting their product range of: stretch and shrink films, PP films on rolls, PET films, food and beverage containers, industrial packaging, lids, injected molded products, resins, masterbatches with concentrates of white and black pigment, compounds and colors for application in thermoplastic resins. Brazilian flexible and rigid plastic packaging products are known for their quality and diversity.

Due to the multiple business relations between USA and Brazil and the recent growth of the industry, Brazil maintains a high interest in this market and arrives at Pack Expo with the full support of the Export Plastic Program and the coordination of the Brazilian Plastic Institute, sponsored by Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency).

Profile of Brazilian Companies exhibitors at Pack Expo

BANDEIRANTE: Manufacturer of PET jars in a large variety of sizes and styles. It also offers a line of PET and PVC industrial containers. Currently exports to the USA, Latin America and the European Union.

BRASKEM: Braskem is the Americas’ top thermoplastic resins producer and the world’s leading producer of biopolymers. With 35 industrial plants spread across Brazil, United States and Germany, the company produces over 35 billion pounds of thermoplastic resins and other petrochemicals per year. With the vision to become the global leader in sustainable chemistry, innovating to better serve people, Braskem has a 440 million pound Green PE plant that produces polyethylene from sugarcane-based ethanol. Braskem America is the leading producer of polypropylene in the U.S., with five production plants located in Texas, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and a Technology and Innovation Center in Pittsburgh and headquartered in Philadelphia.

CBS ELOS: With over 25 years of experience and plants in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, this company is specialized in CPP (cast polypropylene) and polyethylene films, with monthly sales over 2,000 tons.

CROMEX: Industry leader in the Brazilian market for masterbatches with more than 30 years of experience. CROMEX mixes competitiveness and quality in its products and enjoys the recognition of its clients. Certified with ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001, the company has to its disposal specialized laboratories and the latest technology for the research and development of new products with specifications for the international market.

EMBAQUIM: Pioneers in Brazil in the manufacture of bag-in-box packaging, the creativity, experience and innovation stems from the principles of sustainable development. Currently the company manufactures bags from 800ml to 1,000lts. Its product portfolio includes coils and bags with varying stages of production and has to its disposal automated equipment with 100% virgin and nontoxic raw materials.

EUROPACKNE: Company specialized in producing stretch films. Its structure is comprised of cutting edge equipment and it’s the only company in Brazil to utilize nanofilm with up to 36 layers. With advanced technology, broad experience of its technicians, and high standards of quality and productivity,  EUROPACKNE offers the best solutions in plastic packaging.

IBRAPACK: Company dedicated to the manufacture of zippers (flexible closures) with a broad and differentiated portfolio of models to better adapt to the packaging needs of its clients. Its products can be delivered in coils of 2,000, 3,000, or 4,000 meter of zippers. Once wrapped, the zippers are packaged for protection during delivery and transportation. Currently, IBRAPACK exports to Mexico, South Africa, Colombia, Chile, and other countries in Latin America.

POLO FILMS:  It´s a BOPP film manufacturer (Bioriented PP films) and a Leading supplier in South America with 32 years’ experience. Polo Films currently carries 172,000,000 lbs./year capacity (78.000 metric tons) and markets its products in more than 25 countries worldwide. Polo offers more than 30 film types in a wide range of BOPP films applications such as flexible packaging, labels, tobacco and adhesive tapes market.

SLEEVER: Present in five continents, Sleever International® is the specialist of sleeve decoration for the food, perfume, cosmetics, pharmaceutical and household cleaning markets. Sleever International® brings tailor made development to these markets with solutions to meet their demands in terms of graphic charter, primary packaging constraints, legislative constraints, range extensions and optimized packaging costs. Visit this company at booth N3429.

TERPHANE: South America’s only manufacturer of BOPET films. With approximately 300 employees, TERPHANE manufactures polyester films of up to 50 microns of thickness used in flexible packaging and industrial applications. The company maintains a long standing relationship with distinguished clients in Europe, Latin America and North America. With manufacturing plants strategically located at the east coast of the United States and Brazil, TERPHANE distributes its quality products to clients in all 5 continents. Visit this company at booth E8453.

VALFILM: This Company has been producing stretch film and shrink films for over two decades as well as pre-stretched film and form-fill-seal bags. Most materials are coextruded and involve 6 color print combinations. The company is exhibiting at Pack Expo for the second time and is seeking new customers in the US market.

VITOPEL: With a production capacity of 127.000 tons a year, Vitopel is proud to be among the ten largest BOPP companies in the world. A global company with offices in Argentina, Brazil and the US, it has established commercial partnerships throughout the five continents.

ZARAPLAST: Zaraplast Group is composed of 09 factories employing over 2.500 qualified professionals that produces quality packaging in Brazil and abroad. Zaraplast was the first packaging producer in Latin America to be ISO certified, presently supplying packaging for the Food  & Pet Food Industries, Hygiene, chemicals , Petrochemicals , seeds, fertilizers, Cut size Paper and a few other markets.

About the Export Plastic Program

The Export Plastic Program has 70 associated companies with 40 of them specialized in packaging. Together, these companies export to more than 30 countries in Europe, North America, South America, and Africa. The Export Plastic Program was created in December 2003 through an agreement between the Brazilian Integrated Plastic Chain (ranked among the 10 largest in the world and renowned for its high technology as well as the quality of its human resources) and the Brazilian Government.

Through Apex-Brasil and under the coordination of the Brazilian Plastic Institute (INP), the Export Plastic Program seeks to promote the exports of finished plastic products and encourages Brazilian plastic converter industries to substantially develop and expand their business overseas.

Please visit us at Pack Expo, Mc Cormick Place, booth N5614, North Pavilion, from the 28th – 31st of October 2012.

 

For further press information about the Export Plastic Program, please contact:
Cristina Sacramento – Phone: +55 11 98245-1016 (on site during the show)
+55 11 2148-4773
E-mail: cristina.sacramento@exportplastic.com
Website: www.exportplastic.com

 

Source: Think Plastic Brazil