Anomatic has chosen to continue its expansion in New Albany, Ohio with a new 250,000-square-foot facility on 23 acres. The project would bring $2.4 million in new annual payroll. Anomatic will retain 705 jobs at $33.7 million in payroll, and the incentive stipulates that the company must maintain its operations there for nine years.
Anomatic, a supplier known for its decorating expertise, especially in metallization, anodizing, and color-matching, says its team has many new eco-friendly decorating processes in development.
“Sustainable packaging is top of mind for consumers and brands alike, and, as a packaging supplier, it’s something that we are laser-focused on. One of our newest innovations in development is lacquering plastic with a UV water-based system,” says Didier Teillard, technical director, Plastic Coating & Decorating, Anomatic. “This revolutionary process addresses the conversations and needs that every packaging provider is having with its customers—a need to be more eco-friendly,” he adds.
Anomatic currently uses high solid paint formulas to dramatically reduce VOCs. “Our ultimate goal is to transition this new process into our metallizing process,” says Teillard, adding, “Once our trials are complete, we’ll be able to do virtually everything we can do with the traditional thermal technology, including glitter, gradients, and more. It’s another step in the right direction for our customers, their customers and the planet.”
Anomatic is Awarded Silver CSR Rating for Ongoing Commitment to Sustainability
Anomatic continues to implement programs that reduce waste, increase recycling, and reduce their carbon footprint. For all of their efforts in Corporate Social Responsibility, Anomatic earned the prestigious 2019 Silver CSR Rating from Ecovadis.
- Nicole Tauster
- Created 10 Dec 2019
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