SIG Combibloc will invest BRL221m (€64m) in its Campo Largo mill in order to increase carton packaging capacity by 40 per cent.
SIG Combibloc Brazil has signed an agreement with Paraná state governor regarding a BRL221m (€64m) investment to expand production capacity by 40% at its Campo Largo plant, Paraná state, southern Brazil.
The expansion plan includes a new building and equipment to produce packaging, as well as automation of the production lines and a new building especially designed to automatically store printing cylinders, informs the company. The construction works will begin in August and the project will be completed by the end of 2016. In Campo Largo, SIG Combibloc produces board and board packaging for beverages and food. <spanTimes New Roman"" lang="EN-GB">