Bosch Packaging Technology Renames Subsidiaries


one of the world’s leading companies in packaging systems and process technology
Bosch Packaging Technology, one of the world’s leading companies in packaging systems and process technology, has renamed some of its subsidiaries with immediate effect. The move basically clubs various companies that it has acquired over several years under the composite Bosch Packaging Technology brand umbrella.
The US-based Doboy  Inc. now becomes Bosch Packaging Technology Inc. The Dutch companies Tevopharm BV and Robert Bosch Verpakkingmachines BV will become Bosch Packaging Technology BV and the Swiss Demaurex SA will be called Bosch Packaging Technology SA.

According to Friedbert Klefenz, President of Bosch Packaging Technology, “The standardisation of company names underscores the complete integration of our companies under the umbrella of Bosch Packaging Technology, emphasising our one-stop shopping strategy across all Business Units. This standardisation allows us to leverage the excellent global reputation of the Bosch brand to strengthen our market presence.”

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