Hotpack Packaging to set up Dh100m unit in Dubai

DUBAI — Dubai Investments Park, or DIP — the largest integrated business and residential community in the Middle East, has announced that Hotpack Packaging Industries will set up a 30,000-square metre manufacturing facility at DIP.

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Published: Tue 13 Sep 2011, 11:41 PM

Last updated: Tue 7 Apr 2015, 5:48 AM

The new unit, with a project cost of approximately Dh100 million at DIP, will be equipped with state-of-the-art technologies for efficient production, storage and logistics operations under one roof to provide quality food packaging solutions. The company also aims to execute backward integration in the paper and plastic product lines.

“Hotpack Packaging Industries is another renowned company which will soon commence operations in DIP. We are delighted with the company’s decision to set up a new manufacturing facility at DIP as part of its business objective to provide high quality packaging solutions to customers.

“We are confident they will benefit from the advantages that DIP offers to achieve their business objectives in the near future,” Omar Al Mesmar, General Manager, DIP, said.

Abdul Jebbar P.B, Managing Director, Hotpack Packaging Industries, said the new unit is expected to go on-stream in June 2012.

“The company’s decision to expand production capacity comes as part of its endeavour to meet the growing demands of its customer base. Through this strategic move, we aim to cater to our customers with high quality packaging solutions,” Jebbar said.

“We chose DIP due to its location and the facilities it provides. DIP’s proximity to the seaport, upcoming Jebel Ali International Airport coupled with easy access to major highways will enable us to capitalise on the opportunities emerging from our valuable customer base.”

Founded in 1995, Hotpack Packaging Industries currently has manufacturing facilities in Umm Al Quwain and Sharjah.

The DIP unit is being set up to supplement the current production lines in the UAE besides expanding the advanced production line to meet international standards.


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