Logoplaste is in the top 5 largest European rigid plastic converters.
The Company has 59 plants spread by 4 continents, present in 18 countries.
A head count of 2.050 employees, with 32 nationalities and 12 Official languages.
Logoplaste produces 391 packages per second.
A complex factory, incorporating injection and blowing of PET preforms is installed near London, producing Hand Dish wash Liquid bottles for the whole of Europe.
Start up of operations in Leeds, manufacturing bottles for one of the most modern fresh milk factories in Europe.
Start of operations in Coleford, Wales, producing PET products.
Start up of the manufacturing of aseptic packages for UHT milk in France.
In Holland, a new plant starts the production of PET containers for sauces.
Start up of the operations in Central Europe.
Logoplaste opens a new plant in Ukraine.
A new plant dedicated to edible oil segment is installed in Spain.
Start up of the manufacturing of large size packages for automotive lubricants in Brazil.
Logoplaste is 1st largest Brazilian rigid plastics converter.
Photo: Pará de Minas' new plant inauguration 2015
Logoplaste is first in Through the Wall operations in Europe and Brazil.
Logoplaste starts the operations in North America. Canada targeted dairy, and edible oil bottles in the USA.
Logoplaste Innovation Lab USA division begins operations to support North America.
Logoplaste opens new factories in Canada and Mexico.
First thin wall operation with Unilever in Portugal.
Photo: enterance of Logoplaste Santa Iria.
Logoplaste goes international in Spain, with mineral waters.
Start up of the Brazilian operation with dairy products.
Photo: Logoplaste Amparo, São Paulo, Brazil.
Logoplaste enters the French market with an in-house plant operation for Carbonated Soft Drinks.
First PET preform plant is Portugal begins production.
Logoplaste opens a second plant in the Barcelona área, for the supply of the soft drinks market.
Photo: Logoplaste Marató.
The new headquarters in Cascais, Portugal, start to be built.
Photo: Breaking ground in Cascais, Marcel and Filipe de Botton.