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To strengthen its market position in the Baltic States and Scandinavia, Austrian processor Greiner Packaging (Kremsmünster) has opened a new 3700m2 facility in Tabasalu, Estonia, for blowmolding of large ketchup and mustard bottles for the Norwegian conglomerate Orkla.

PlasticsToday Staff

December 14, 2009

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Greiner opens big bottle facility in Estonia

To strengthen its market position in the Baltic States and Scandinavia, Austrian processor Greiner Packaging (Kremsmünster) has opened a new 3700m2 facility in Tabasalu, Estonia, for blowmolding of large ketchup and mustard bottles for the Norwegian conglomerate Orkla.

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Greiner’s new facility in Estonia.

The 4.4L bottles, sold to commercial customers such as restaurants and company cafeterias, will be extrusion blowmolded of high-density polyethylene. The site, which actually opened in September, took one year to build and bring online.

Greiner Packaging, one of Europe’s largest processors of rigid plastics packaging, also has processing facilities in Eastern Europe in Poland, Romania, the Czech Republic, and Slovenia, plus Russia.

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