Strengthening injection moulding business with new inject division

Date: 16.05.2024Source: Alpla Group

ALPLAinject stands for high-quality injection-moulded parts such as closures, caps, jars and multi-part packaging components such as pumps or deodorant sticks. With this new division, the international ALPLA Group is setting the course for further growth. The ALPLAinject brand brings together all human and technical resources in this area in one central organisational structure. It comprises a total of three core technologies – injection blow moulding and compression moulding in addition to injection moulding – as well as global toolmaking, development and sales.

Standardised processes, centralised product and technology development; and shorter distances will ensure greater flexibility and efficiency in the future.

Said Michael Feltes, ALPLAinject Managing Director: “With ALPLAinject, we are focusing on the specific requirements of the dynamic injection moulding market. We combine technological expertise and regional market knowledge, promote the global roll-out of innovative processes and enable our customers to bring new products to market faster.”

The global headquarters of ALPLAinject are located at the ALPLA headquarters in Hard. There are also global teams in all nine regions of the ALPLA Group.

ALPLAinject manufactures roughly 60 billion injection-moulded parts per year at 43 plants around the world. The division has more than 600 state-of-the-art machines and systems. As a pioneer in packaging solutions and recycling, ALPLA also relies on technological innovation. ALPLAinject scores highly with its decades of experience in light weighting, alternative and recyclable materials; and energy-saving production facilities.

Concluded ALPLA CEO Philipp Lehner: “The injection moulding sector offers enormous potential and is one of our strategic growth drivers. The competitive market environment requires maximum cost effectiveness and flexibility. As its own injection moulding division, ALPLAinject will continue to ensure our competitiveness in the future.”

The new division reports directly to the CEO.  For more visit alpla.com

David Cox / IDM

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