Mauser opening joint venture in Mexico

By Jim Johnson
Senior Staff Reporter

Published: August 18, 2014 1:27 pm ET
Updated: August 18, 2014 1:32 pm ET

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Topics Packaging, Blow Molding, Joint Venture, Drums

Mauser USA is teaming with Servicios Ambeintales Internacionales to open a new intermediate bulk container joint venture in Mexico that will include reconditioning services.

The new partnership will provide both new and reconditioned IBC with a variety of values and closure systems.

Called Mauser International Mexico, or MIM, the operation also will pick up empty IBCs and plastic drums from customers.

“Our new state of the art wash-line in Queretaro combined with the production of new units in Toluca will position MIM as a very strong competitor in this growing IBC market,” said MIM General Manager Alejandro Cortez in a statement.

Mauser USA, based in East Brunswick, N.J., is part of the Mauser Group, an industrial packaging operation with sites around the world. SAI is based in Monterrey, Mexico.


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