LEADING INDIAN CORRUGATED PRODUCERS ADDS AN EMBA 245QS ULTIMA TO RUN IN THE SAME FACILITY AS ITS 175QS ULTIMA, MAKING THEM THE FIRST PLANT IN INDIA WITH SUCH CAPABILITIES
EMBA visits Worth Peripherals
Established in 1991, Worth Peripherals is a family-owned corrugated packaging manufacturer based in the Madhya Pradesh State of central India. In its early years, the company focused on the production of corrugated packaging for soap, detergents and other consumer goods in a factory on the outskirts of Indore. In 1997, the company opened a second, larger plant opposite the original plant and a third factory was opened in Indore in 2005, equipped with an Indian-made corrugator.
“In 2012, we opened another new factory. As a result of the bigger site, we closed the first two factories and sold off the equipment. Today, we have two decent sized plants,” explains Raminder Chadha, CEO of Worth Peripherals. “We have scaled down the plant we built in 2005 and convert board there, which is supplied by our main plant. We focus on the production of fitments and partitions at that site now.”
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