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Berry Global provides protection materials across Europe

  • RPC Group
Europe, Beauty, Personal Care, Eating, Drinking, Health, Plastic

Berry Global Group, Inc. proudly provides a multitude of products from around the globe in the fight against COVID-19. The teams at Berry are pivoting quickly to further broaden their support of customers across regions.

As one of the largest suppliers of plastic packaging and nonwoven fabrics, Berry makes materials for the world’s leading and emerging brands. These products range in use from healthcare materials to packages for food preservation, many of which have seen a demand surge in the fight against COVID-19. These critical materials include nonwoven fabrics for face masks, N95 respirators, disinfectant wipes, and protective apparel. For the packaging side, the Company produces necessary products for hand sanitizers, soaps, medicines, and preserved foods.

“We make products essential in the fight against COVID-19. As such, we are running our packaging and nonwoven manufacturing lines around the clock and prioritizing production to combat COVID-19,” said Jean-Marc Galvez, President of Consumer Packaging International division for Berry. “We are evaluating our capacity to ensure the most beneficial products are being manufactured and shifting production accordingly.”

Berry has a unique offering, providing products across technologies and markets. In this instance, the Company is using its resources to provide the highest level of supply across Europe and more.

“Our cross-functional teams are collaborating to develop new and readily available solutions in the fight against COVID-19,” said Cedric Ballay EVP & GM for Europe in Health, Hygiene, and Specialties for Berry. “Our ability to be agile in this fight will ultimately benefit our customers, end consumers, and communities.”

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  • Modified 26 Mar 2020
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