Grupo Gondi to Build New Box Plant in Nava, Coahuila, Mexico

Grupo Gondi plans to construct a new box conversion plant in Nava, Coahuila, Mexico.

Nov. 26, 2013 - Grupo Gondi recently announced plans to construct a new box conversion plant in Nava (Piedras Negras), Coahuila, Mexico.

According to the company, the new plant will supply the current and future packaging needs of manufacturers in the Coahuila, Mexico area, including the CCC Brewery, as well as the southern markets in the USA.

Grupo Gondi said that it has a long-term contract to supply beer packaging to the CCC Brewery and is supporting said contract with this investment.

The new plant will feature:

  • The plant will be built in two phases
  • State of the art technology with new equipment
  • High graphics in micro flute and folding cartons
  • Capacity will reach 9,000 metric tons of packaging cartons per month
  • High efficiency (OEE above 80%) and low waste level (< 3%)
  • Lean management structure

“This is another step in our growth strategy based on providing the market with the best options in packaging solutions and supporting our main customers' investments,” said Eduardo Posada, CEO of Grupo Gondi.

“Grupo Gondi will continue to aim for excellence in processes and constant innovation of its products to strengthen its presence in the North American market and contribute to the growth of successful commercial relationships with its customers.” Posada added.

Grupo Gondi is composed of ten companies with over 5,000 employees. The company offers integral packing and packaging solutions and specializes in the production of paper, corrugated cardboard boxes, pre-printed corrugated boxes and solid fiber containers, folding containers, boxes of micro –corrugated cardboard boxes and labels as well as services that support the manufacture of these products. To learn more visit: www.grupogondi.com.

SOURCE: Grupo Gondi