The brands that make up Valgroup, such as CPR, Injecap, Lorenpet, Leb, Tecnoval, Valfilm, and Valmaster, have been unified and, as of this Monday (7), will serve under a single name: Valgroup. Consequently, the company is gaining greater synergy in several areas, maintaining its business divisions and expanding the development of joint projects.
With more than 45 years of history, 36 plants present in 5 countries, and more than 5,000 employees, Valgroup, the largest plastics producer, converter and recycler in Latin America, is even more prepared to continue investing in innovations and fulfilling its purpose of raising people’s quality of life through the development of innovative and sustainable technologies, optimizing resources, and supporting the circular economy for plastics.
The decision also reinforces the company’s sustainable positioning. Valgroup recently signed a wind power purchase and sale agreement to supply half of the company’s production plants in Brazil from July 2023 and made public its commitment to reaching Net Zero emissions and recycling 100% of what it produces by 2040.
“Valgroup has grown exponentially, with a history based on the principles of sustainable economic development. The unification of the brands will further enhance our resources and our production and recycling capabilities, in addition to helping us achieve our sustainability goals, such as neutralizing greenhouse gas emissions,” explained Eduardo Berkovitz, Director of Institutional Relations and Compliance of Valgroup.
Valued for its agility and delivery, the company seeks continuous progress and employee engagement, as well as visible proximity to customers and suppliers, enhancing its achievement in being the most complete company in plastic packaging in the Americas.
“Although the business divisions are maintained, our customers should now be able to find complete solutions at Valgroup, from raw materials to tertiary packaging, machines, and services, with the same quality and reliability as was already offered before the unification,” stressed Berkovitz.