MOSCOW (MRC) - Danaflex (Tatarstan) plans to build a new plant on the territory of the special economic zone "Alabuga" in Tatarstan, Tatar-Inform reports.
The launch of the production capacity of Danaflex was discussed on 5 April during a meeting of the Supervisory Board of the SEZ. It is planned to create a new packaging plant on the territory of the special economic zone. The volume of investments is over 4.5 billion rubles The commissioning of the plant is scheduled for the first half of 2022.
In 2018, the Danaflex group of companies opened a plant on the territory of the special economic zone "Alabuga" for the production of up to 22,000 tonnes of flexible packaging materials for food and non-food products. Investments exceeded Rb3 bn.
In addition, Danaflex launched the production of IML labels for food and non-food products in February 2020. Danaflex has created a product that meets the most important requirement of the time - recycling, since the product and packaging consist of mono-raw materials. This is the reason for the general trend of transition of other types of marking (self-adhesive, dry label, direct printing, etc.) to IML label.
According to the ScanPlast by MRC, the estimated consumption of PE in Russia amounted to 241,030 tonnes in January 2021 against 217,890 tonnes in the same period a year earlier. Only high-density polyethylene (LDPE) and low-density polyethylene (HDPE) supplies have grown.
Danaflex Group of Companies was founded in 2001. The main activity is the production of flexible packaging materials for various industries. The group positions itself as the largest manufacturer of packaging materials. The structure of the GC includes four production facilities: CJSC Danaflex, LLC Danaflex-Nano, LLC Danaflex-Alabuga and DGPack s.r.o (in the Czech Republic). In 2018, the group's revenue amounted to RUB 12.1 billion.