Grupo Sigma Q Expands Production Line

The company will invest $3 million in a new packaging production line that will be launched early next year.

Monday, November 14, 2011

The new rotary press will generate 50 jobs and will fill orders from throughout the region and the Caribbean.

"Regional demand for packaging increased by 30% in the past year compared to last year, according to a company representative, and this has resulted in a performance in excess of 20% on corrugated, folding and flexible packaging lines", reported Laprensagrafica.com.



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