ePac expands into Poland
Published: 31 January 2022 | No comments yet
ePac Flexible Packaging is focused on a customer base consisting primarily of small and medium-sized brands (SMBs)
ePac Flexible Packaging has established a third facility in Europe, with ePac Poland North following existing locations in the UK and France.
ePac Poland North expands the business’ network of sales and production operations yet further, both across Europe and globally. Located near the cities of Poznan and Bydgoszcz, ePac Poland North is a partnership between ePac and mFlex, and will operates out of mFlex’s established flexible packaging production facility that already houses digital printing technology. The state-of-the-art production facility is already fulfilling orders for local customers. Additional capacity in the form of a press and pouch lines will be added to keep up with the rapidly growing customer base.
ePac Poland North will be led by managing partners Jacek Ciosek and Marcin Kowalski, who will manage ePac’s operations and customer relationships.
Mr Ciosek said, ‘We welcome the opportunity to help small and medium sized brands across the region grow and compete with large CPG’s. Across the globe, ePac has an established presence focused on helping local entrepreneurs achieve their dreams, and to be accretive to the communities we serve. Our aim is to bring that same philosophy to Poland.’
Mr Kowalski added, ‘I am also convinced that the synergy resulting from mFlex’s experience and capabilities, along with ePac’s resources and know-how, will bring great benefits to all of our customers.’
Johnny Hobeika, managing director at ePac Holdings Europe, commented, ‘Bringing our great business model to Poland to help local brands there is hugely exciting. These are of course very challenging times, but despite the pandemic, we have been able to continue with our plans, and together with mFlex, offer our Polish customers a local and unique solution to their flexible packaging needs. Our message is simple: we are here, and we are ready to serve.’