Polish cardboard packaging maker opens new factory

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New plant launched Polish cardboard packaging maker Janmar Centrum has opened a new production facility in Stryków, in the country’s central part, as part of a project designed to boost the company’s manufacturing capacities. 


Located within the Segro Logistics Park Stryków, the new factory was fitted with a total surface of some 7,300 square metres, according to the information obtained by local news site Investmap.pl.


Set up in 2000, Janmar Centrum is operated by an aggregate workforce of some 260 employees. The Polish manufacturer processes about 170 million square metres of cardboard per year. 


The value of the latest investment in Stryków was not disclosed. 


Janmar Centrum says the company supplies its output to entities from a wide range of sectors. These include customers from the automotive, electronics, furniture, machine, as well as home appliances industries, among others, according to data from the Polish business.