Fedrigoni opens new slitting and distribution center in Poland

Fedrigoni new terminal to meet the demand of central and eastern Europe

Fedrigoni label stocks for wine
Fedrigoni label stocks for wine

Fedrigoni spa, which makes value-added products for packaging, graphics, and pressure-sensitive labels, has announced the opening of a new slitting and distribution center for the self-adhesive products division in Dobroszyce, Poland. 

The new terminal will make it possible to meet the market demands for Poland and the Eastern and Central European regions. Featuring a 2m-wide slitting capability, the facility will also offer a net width service on a selection of specific materials.  

“Our intention is to offer all customers an ever-greater reliability and quality of service: being closer to each of them will allow us to better meet their needs and satisfy them in a timely manner,” said Fulvio Capussotti, executive vice president Arconvert Ritrama, part of the Fedrigoni Group. “The operation is consistent with the Group’s growth strategy in the increasingly promising sector of self-adhesive labels and is in line with the geographic diversification plan to increase penetration in the global market.” 

Fedrigoni Group is a global leader for labels in the wine sector and plays a leading role in the food, household, and logistics sectors, as well as in high tech adhesive films for pharma, beverage, and personal care products, providing solutions for self-adhesive labels with high technological and aesthetic content as well as self-adhesive materials for visual and promotional communication. 

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