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Cosmo Films commissions a new CPP line and a metaliser

05 February 2018

Cosmo Films has announced commissioning of its second cast polypropylene (CPP) line and fourth metaliser, both with annual capacity of 7500 MT.

supporting-image-cosmo-films-plant-at-karjan-vadodara The Cosmo Films plant at Karjan, near Vadodara

With the installation of these new lines, the company’s annual CPP films capacity will go from 1800 MT to 9300 MT and the metalised films will increase from 15000 MT to 22,500 MT.

These new lines have been commissioned at company’s existing facility at Karjan, near Vadodara, India which already houses BOPP lines, extrusion coating and chemical coating lines and a metaliser.

The 2.85m CPP line is five-layered and is designed to produce speciality films (especially barrier films) for various packaging applications. The line has the possibility to have multilayer combinations.

The new 2.85m metaliser is equipped with advanced control monitoring system and closed loop auto deposition control system. The facility at Karjan has been developed keeping future expansions in mind.

Pankaj Poddar, CEO, Cosmo Films, said, “Apart from being a focussed BOPP player over the years, we have made significant efforts in recent times to become a complete film solution provider with more and more films to offer along with various value added services. Moreover, there has been a dearth of organised CPP players in the market and with the expansion of our capacity; we shall be better suited to serve our customers. The new lines are also expected to help increase the overall margins and volumes to some extent.”

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