Packo Inox continues on its strategic way.
Packo Inox N.V. is a subsidiary of the Fullwood PackoGroup. In this Fullwood is the specialist of milking machines as well as the Merlin robot milking machine.
Packo Inox has continued to develop and expand its industrial division in conjunction with its activities for dairy farmers i.e. milk cooling tanks and stainless steel milking machine components.
The factory in Zedelgem, Belgium is very succesful with cryogenic freezing equipment and process equipment for the food and pharmaceutical industries. In Diksmuide stainless steel centrifugal pumps are manufactured, this area has recorded increased sales on a consistent basis over recent years. This factory also has unique installations for pickling, electrolytical polishing and passivating of stainless steel parts.
This month the first Packo milk cooling tanks were manufactured in the new Packo factory in China. Packo Inox, Shanghai, China. is 100% owned by Packo Inox, this factory was built in a period of 6 months. well ahead of schedule.
The main components of these tanks are manfuactured in Packo Inox, Zedelgem and shipped to China, there they are assembled and then distributed on the local market but also exported to other countries. The main focus of this operation is in the first place to supply the local market with milk cooling tanks and secondly to produce industrial and pharmaceutical products for the Southeast Asian region..
Packo Inox strategy is to be is to a significant and successful player in the various fields of applications that it enters into.. This includes research & development, production and sale of stainless steel products with high added value. To achieve this purpose the most modern technologies are used with a striving towards ongoing improvement.
Packo Inox have production facilities at Zedelgem and Diksmuide, Belgium,as well as Ting Lin, Shanghai,China. The group also has production companies in Ellesmere (United Kingdom), Kanturk (Ireland), Batatais (Brazil) and its own commercial offices’s in France, Australia, Portugal, Germany, the Netherlands and Czech Republic.