Quadpack acquires Inotech’s cosmetics packaging business

The packaging company has also bought the commercial rights to Inotech’s patented blow moulding process

Quadpack has acquired German system supplier Inotech’s cosmetics packaging operations and incorporated its beauty products into its portfolio.

The takeover includes the acquisition of Inotech’s patented bi-injection blow moulding (BIBM) process.

Quadpack CEO and Co-Founder Tim Eaves said: “Inotech has a special talent for applying science in new and unexpected ways.

“Our Design and Advanced Technologies department has made great strides in trend analysis and creative package design in the year since its formation.

“Combine that know-how with Inotech’s technical expertise, throw in a cutting-edge manufacturing process and you have the perfect conditions to trigger real innovation.” 

Inotech’s cosmetics products will continue to be manufactured at its Nabburg, Germany, factory.

Harald Kausler, Inotech Managing Director, added: “We are happy to entrust the future of our cosmetics line to Quadpack.

“It sets industry standards in creative package design and it knows how to sell on a global scale, the two complementary skillsets needed to take this business forward.”

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