European packaging solutions company CPC Packaging is currently a growing company in the flexible packaging industry. As the head of the family-owned, 140 million Euro company founded in 1986, CEO Jonathan Schor attributes the growth to innovation and the opportunities of flexible packaging.
“We have continued to move onwards and upwards since, with additional capacity, further investment and an even-broader understanding of the flexible packaging and labels business throughout Europe,” he said.
CPC’s flexible packaging and labels work for a multitude of container types, such as for ice creams, yogurts, toothpastes, shampoos, chewing gum and chocolate.
“Our continual development of new ideas and products means that we are always able to offer the very best possible flexible packaging and labeling solution for our customers. We work together to understand how we can add value to their products through effective and attractive packaging,” Schor said.
On the other side of the pond, the American flexible packaging industry had $26.7 billion in sales in 2012, making it the second largest packaging segment in the U.S.
In addition to flexible packaging, CPC also manufactures wet glue labels, folding cartons, self-adhesive labels, flexible, and shrink sleeve products.