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Walki moves corrugated box production to new site in Kwidzyn, Poland

Published: 22.01.2013

Walki Group, a leading producer of technical laminates and protective packaging materials has successfully moved the production of corrugated boxes, used for the packaging of copy paper, to a new production facility in Kwidzyn, Poland.

Walki’s production lines, which specialise in the manufacturing of corrugated boxes for copy paper, have been relocated to Kwidzyn – 270 km north-west of Warsaw – from the company’s Jatne plant – 40 kilometres South-East from Warsaw. With the move, Walki seeks to keep production close to its main customer.
First production tests at the Kwidzyn plant were made in November 2012 and a normal production level was reached at the end of December according to plans.
Walki’s investment program also includes the instalment of a new flexographic printing machine at its Jatne plant.
The printing machine will be started in the beginning of the fourth quarter of 2013 focusing mainly on the production ream wrap used mostly for the wrapping of A4 and A3 copy paper reams.

About Walki Group
Walki Group specialises in the production of fibre based, intelligent, multilaminate products for markets ranging from energy saving insulation facings and construction membranes to barrier packaging solutions. The Group has plants in Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, the UK, Russia and China with a workforce of about 1,000 people. Annual net sales for the Group are over 300 million Euros.

For more information, please contact:
Walki Group
Leif Frilund, Chief Executive Officer
Mobile: +358 40 354 3330
Tel: +358 205 36 3111
leif.frilund@walki.com