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MAUSER USA Opens North Wales, Pennsylvania, Plant

MAUSER USA, a division of MAUSER Group founded in 1896, a worldwide leading producer of industrial packaging, opened its IBC bottle facility in North Wales, Pennsylvania. The facility will support rebottling operations in the northeastern United States.

According to company officials the North Wales facility, its latest expansion of intermediate bulk container manufacturing capabilities, will provide on-site supply of IBC bottles to MAUSER’s reconditioning affiliate, National Container Group as well as IBC bottle replacements via NCG for other users in the northeastern US market.

“We are excited to enter the northeastern market with IBC bottle capabilities,” remarked Ed Konyen, Senior Vice President, Operations, IBC Division at MAUSER USA, LLC. “This new location will improve our carbon footprint as we optimize our supply of bottles to our NCG locations and further solidify our commitment to sustainable packaging.”

“IBCs and reconditioned packaging continue to be the drivers of growth within the industrial packaging industry,” stated Jeff DeLiberty, Director of New Markets and Business Development at MAUSER USA, LLC.

“Providing these solutions in the northeastern US corridor is critical as it further completes MAUSER’s North American footprint. In addition, this new location is ideal for MAUSER to enhance lead times and improve customer service,” he added.

A subsidiary of Stone Canyon Industries, MAUSER serves a portfolio of customers in the chemical, agrochemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical sectors, as well as the food and beverage industries. MAUSER products include plastic packaging, fiber drums, steel drums, Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs) and reconditioning services through the National Container Group (NCG), a MAUSER holding.


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