The Australian packaging manufacturer, Amcor, has announced plans to invest more than US$25 million ($34.3 million) to upgrade its facility in Wisconsin, US, after the company acquired US company Bemis in early August. According to a press release by Amcor, the new investment will go towards purchasing new machinery and updating the existing infrastructure to provide expanded service … Continue reading Amcor to expand US facility with US$25 upgrade
Packaging manufacturer Amcor is looking to become the global leader in consumer packaging after it took over US company Bemis in a $9.2 billion deal. The deal between Melbourne-based Amcor and the Wisconsin-based Bemis will create a business with a market capitalisation of $23 billion and revenues in excess of $17 billion. It will also firmly entrench Amcor’s … Continue reading Australia’s Amcor takes over US packaging company Bemis
Despite the restructuring in the automotive space, manufacturing continues its competitive streak with a few bright spots indicating a gradual uptick, according to IBISWorld’s Top 100 Manufacturers List for 2017. Syed Shah reports. Recently, the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) stated in its report: Advanced Manufacturing – A Definition for a New Era, that the … Continue reading Full list: Top 100 manufacturers 2017
Packaging company Amcor has reported a 4.9 per cent decline in first half profit, on the back of a stronger US dollar.
Global packaging giant Amcor has acquired Ohio-based manufacturer Enron for $US55m ($76m).
Packaging giant Amcor has posted an increase in full-year profit, following acquisitions around the globe.
Ken MacKenzie, CEO of packaging giant Amcor, has tipped an increased profit for the company this financial year.
Plastic and paper packaging manufacturing giant Amcor, announced that it has sold three non-core flexible packaging plants in Cheltenham, Chester Hill and Kirrawee to Integrated Packaging Group (IPG), Australia’s largest specialist manufacturer and distributor of stretch film wrap and associated products, for A$22 million.
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission has instituted proceedings against Supagas and Speed-E-Gas in the first cartel case since Amcor/Visy.
The world’s biggest packaging company, Hawthorn-based Amcor, announced a 15.7% jump in net profit to $412.6 million for the year ending June 30.
A group of CEOs has developed plans to reverse manufacturing’s demise, but who is listening?