COVID-19 Update from Sanjay Dayal - Pact Group Managing Director & Group CEO
PUBLISHED: 24 March
Click here to read COVID-19 update from Sanjay Dayal – Pact Group Managing Director & Group CEO.
Pact Group joins the fight against the Coronavirus
PUBLISHED: 23 March
The sanitiser will be packaged in 500ml, 1-litre, and 2-litre bottles, as well as in 50ml tubes. All packaging will be manufactured by Pact Group. Production will take place at one of our Sydney facilities and filling will take place at three other factories in Sydney. Three of the four sites will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, while one will operate 24 hours a day, six days a week. To achieve the production goal Pact will i
Pact Group Coronavirus Update
PUBLISHED: 03 March
Further to the statement Pact Group released on 4 February 2020, whilst we have seen some softness from our customers who export finished goods to China, at this stage our supply chain has been largely unaffected. Pact Group has a broad manufacturing base across Australia and New Zealand and we actively seek opportunities to assist customers. P
Salient wins Gold in Packaging Awards
PUBLISHED: 30 December
Salient has won the Gold Award in the 2011 Australian Packaging Design Awards for the Fudge Urban family of products by Sabre.
Astron Slips into the export markets
PUBLISHED: 29 December
Astron Plastics and Longwarry Food Park are working together to send milk powder to export markets. Astron Plastics is supplying its black recycled slip sheet to Longwarry Food Park in order for them to export milk powder from Victoria to global markets.
Brickwood’s and Lion support Foodbank
PUBLISHED: 11 December
In partnership with Lion, Brickwood has agreed to provide 500,000 2 litre bottles per annum to facilitate Lion supplying 1,000,000 litres of fresh milk to Foodbank.
DB Breweries appoints VIP as preferred project partner for the Rugby World Cup
PUBLISHED: 05 December
To meet the venue liquor licensing requirement for the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, Heineken was required to deliver 330ml cans in a 4 pack cluster, a packaging format that was not a part of their current range.