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Bosch Packaging Technology aims to keep strengthening its leading position until 2020

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By 2020, Bosch Packaging Technology aims to grow considerably faster than the market, and to further expand its leading position in the realm of process and packaging technology around the world. “We expect to see fundamental change in the market for packaging machinery. We not only want to react to this change, we also aim to help shape it,” said Friedbert Klefenz, President of Bosch Packaging Technology, during the company’s press conference at the Interpack trade show in Düsseldorf. On the basis of its PA 2020 strategy, the manufacturer of special machinery aims to continue expanding its business in the established markets, and to grow especially in Asia and Africa. In addition to this, the company intends to spur further growth by venturing into new fields of business. …more


Our exhibition highlights from the Interpack 2014

The entire packaging machinery industry is in a time of change, the defining trends of which are still ever stricter regulations on production hygiene, constantly changing consumer requirements, and the imperative to cut costs. We at Bosch Packaging Technology are determined not simply to react to these changes, but to play an active part in shaping them. …more


Bosch Packaging Technology maintains high growth rate

Sales planned to reach 1.5 billion euros by 2015
Bosch Packaging Technology continued growing faster than the packaging machinery industry in 2013, breaking the onebillion-euro sales mark for the first time. “We are exactly on track,” said Friedbert Klefenz, president of Bosch Packaging Technology. We increased our sales in fiscal 2013 from 914 million euros to 1.1 billion euros, a rise of 22 percent. Adjusted for consolidation effects, that equates to growth of 6.4 percent. Leaving aside exchange rate effects, internal growth at Packaging Technology reached ten percent. By comparison, figures from the German association of mechanical engineers (VDMA) put growth in the German packing machinery industry at only four percent. In 2013, we employed around 5,600 people at over 30 locations, 12 percent more than in the previous year. We will present details of its performance in 2013 at its annual press conference. Date: May 8, 2014, 10:00 a.m. at Interpack trade fair in Duesseldorf, Germany. …more


New site for Bosch Packaging Technology

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Global center of competence for pharmaceuticals inspection technology
Bosch Packaging Technology has moved into a new location at Musashi, some 70 km north of Tokyo. Since the move there in late March, over 100 associates have been developing and manufacturing inspection technology for the pharmaceutical industry on premises covering 3,240 m2. A total of some 1.6 million euros was invested in the new site. Following relocation from Honjo to the much larger Musashi site, We now have considerably more space at our disposal for the development and assembly of its machines. This investment in the Musashi site underscores our commitment to Japan as a major market for pharmaceutical inspection technology. …more



Entry into PET blow-molding technology with acquisition of Tecsor

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Bosch Packaging Technology, a leading supplier of process and packaging technology, finalized acquisition of the assets of Tecsor Machines et Systèmes S.A.S., based in Meyreuil near Marseille, France. The antitrust authorities have approved the appropriate documents. Agreements to this effect have already been signed in June this year. Tecsor develops and sells machinery for making and filling PET containers for liquid and paste-like foodstuffs, which are used in the food and beverage industry – as milk bottles or yogurt cups, for example. Set up in 2005, the company generated sales of roughly two million euros in 2012. Tecsor employs 14 associates. It has been agreed that the purchase price will not be disclosed. …more


Bosch plans to acquire Tecsor in France – Entry into PET blow-molding technology

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Bosch Packaging Technology, a leading supplier of process and packaging technology, plans to acquire the assets of Tecsor Machines et Systèmes S.A.S., based in Meyreuil near Marseille, France. Agreements to this effect were signed on June 11, 2013. Tecsor develops and sells machinery for making and filling PET containers for liquid and paste-like foodstuffs. Set up in 2005, the company generated sales of roughly two million euros in 2012. Tecsor employs 14 associates. It has been agreed that the purchase price will not be disclosed. The planned acquisition is subject to approval by the antitrust authorities. …more





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