Eviosys opens new plant in Thailand

Eviosys has announced its expansion into Asia, opening a brand new, state-of-the-art plant in Thailand.

As Eviosys looks to continue to grow in 2023, this new plant will serve as benchmark for expanding into new markets.

The plant will feature state-of-the-art new eco-friendly equipment with reduced energy-use, and will be fully powered by electricity – eliminating the need for gas – in line with Eviosys’ goal to reduce emissions by 20% by 2027.

The aluminium used will be provided by a local supplier located less than 100km from the plant, further reducing the carbon footprint as well as supporting local employment.

Eviosys will hire and develop local teams on site, contributing to its ambitious Preserve Togetherprogramme and the development of the region simultaneously.

For Eviosys, sustainability expands beyond the circularity of its products. The business is keen to lead by example and support local communities around all of its plants globally.

Of the new expansion, Francois Querrioux, COO at Eviosys, said: “Whilst being a global player in the industry, Eviosys also seeks to maintain its roots at all times and support local communities in the regions we invest in. Our expansion into Thailand represents an exciting move into a new market.

“Sustainability remains the central focus of our operations and the line of classic drawn-piece aluminium cans that will be produced here for the local market will advance progress towards our goal of being the first choice in innovative and sustainable packaging globally.”

Eviosys is offering infinitely recyclable metal packaging. The 85-gram, single serve, drawn aluminium cans produced in the new plant will serve the local wet pet food category (a segment currently underserved with a 6% annual growth rate). Metal is a strong, durable material, with unbeatable shelf life credentials which better protect and preserve brands’ products and our planet. The 85g format and the durability of metal will both help fight waste across the full supply chain all the way to the consumer’s cupboard.

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