• Free for qualified executives and consultants to industry

  • Receive quarterly issues of Area Development Magazine and special market report and directory issues


INDEVCO Plastics Opens Launches Longview, Texas, Manufacturing Facility

INDEVCO Plastics, Inc., a business unit of INDEVCO Group, a multinational industrial company, launched operations with the acquisition of its first manufacturing facility in Longview, Texas.

As the global leader in petrochemical packaging, INDEVCO member companies sell a broad array of packaging to petrochemical companies in over 40 countries. According to the firm, in partnership with investment advisory firm, Arion Partners, and with the support of Longview Economic Development Corp., INDEVCO Plastics committed to make a significant investment to equip the Longview, Texas facility with new, state-of-the-art equipment.

With the expected surge in polymer exports, the company decided to set up a direct manufacturing presence in the United States to provide the petrochemical market with a "one stop shop" for its packaging needs. "We are excited to establish a leading edge manufacturing presence in the United States. Our Longview facility will be well equipped to deliver our customers a high-quality, cost-efficient and cutting-edge packaging solution," said Robert Laird, Executive Vice President of Operations.

INDEVCO Plastics will offer clients high-quality and cost-efficient packaging by leveraging seamlessly off manufacturing platforms in the two lowest feedstock cost areas of the world, company officials said. The U.S. with the new plant in Longview, Texas, and the Middle East through sister companies in INDEVCO Group. It will also reinforce the group's leadership position in the industry by introducing technical innovations to optimize customer packaging platforms and drive sustainability initiatives.

The Group's products include paper and plastic flexible packaging, corrugated containers and displays, consumer and away-from-home disposables, jumbo tissue, and energy solutions. INDEVCO's current operations in the U.S. include timber and lumber operations, kraft linerboard and recycled corrugating medium paper mills, corrugated containers, corrugated sheet and sheet feeder plants, and bio-mass power plants.


Exclusive Research