Huai’an will be the company’s new center for the manufacturing of metal parts for its cosmetic and skincare packaging. Operations should start in 2020.
The facility will be expanding step by step to include injection, decoration and assembly, while providing customers with service, product quality, innovation and competitiveness.
“The new facility will offer state-of-the-art metal forming and anodizing as well as sophisticated decoration capabilities,” commented Michael Zhang, VP and GM of Albéa China. “The dynamic city of Huai’an provides world-class infrastructure and will soon be conveniently located only two hours away from Shanghai by highspeed train. Albéa’s vision is to be the best company for all stakeholders and the planet. This new plant in Huai’an reflects Albéa’s commitment to China as well as to its regional and international customers.”
In October, L’Oréal and Albéa announced a “breakthrough” paper-based cosmetic tube.