MANUFACTURING Since developing the first composite IBC in the 1970s, Germany's Schütz has continued to expand its portfolio and footprint to better serve the needs of its customers
EVENT REPORT The highlight of the French packaging calendar, the recent biennial Emballage exhibition in Paris, had plenty to tempt anyone looking to source some high quality hazmat handling units
Schütz is investing in a new extrusion blow-moulding line for IBCs at the headquarters of its US operations in North Branch, New Jersey.
Schütz has begun constructing a new factory in Zory, 35 km south-west of Katowice in Poland, for the production and reconditioning of IBCs.
Schütz has announced plans to open a new plant in St Joseph, Missouri that is expected to start manufacturing as yet unspecified products during the first quarter of next year.
SHOW REPORT Possibly the world's largest packaging exhibition, this year's Interpack in Germany had much on offer for anyone looking to source some high quality IBCs
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Schütz has further enhanced its IBC range and introduced a new cleanliness standard for units intended to transport highly sensitive non-food products
Schütz has opened a new 36-acre factory in Carl, Georgia that will service the needs of industrial packaging users across the south-eastern US and Gulf Coast regions.
Schütz has signed a deal with Israeli producer Mobilak for the manufacturing its F1 tight-head plastics drums under licence.
Schütz will this month begin IBC production in Indonesia at a new 3,500 m² plant 50 km east of Jakarta.