Italian packaging company inks deal for lipstick specialist Leoplast
Italy’s Lumson has announced that it is to acquire lipstick packaging specialist Leoplast with a view to gradually integrating it into the Lumson Group.
It is anticipated that the Leoplast acquisition will extend Lumson’s range of products for make-up – in particular its offering of standard and custom primary packaging for lipsticks.
In the meantime, the deal will see significant investment to strengthen Leoplast’s production capacity, in addition to support for development in international markets.
Both companies are said to share a commitment to ‘Made in Italy’ design, as well as attention to quality, and traditional and innovative decoration technologies.
Lumson was founded in 1975 and now operates on a global scale, with two main production sites in Italy and with a staff of over 500 employees.
Included in Leoplast’s portfolio are environmentally-friendly options, such as packaging from regenerated plastics, as well as 100% VegetalPlastic make-up packs made using PLA from corn, cellulose and other plant materials.