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ALPLA Group to build dedicated injection-molding plant in Kansas City

By Mary Page Bailey |

ALPLA Group (Hard, Austria) announced that it has selected Kansas City for its new 23,000-square-meter manufacturing plant. The new facility located at the Blue River Commerce Center in Kansas City, Missouri will create 75 jobs while continuing to invest in the city over the next several years.

‘We are excited about our new Kansas City site, which represents a key element of our growth strategy and our continued commitment to the expansion of our injection-molding capabilities, stated James Rooney, Managing Director, ALPLA North America. As one of the global leaders in packaging solutions, the site will enhance ALPLA’s scope of innovation and facilitate the demand of recent business.

The new addition in Kansas City will be ALPLA’s fourth site in Missouri and the first dedicated to injection molding. As such, ALPLA Inc. will utilize cutting-edge technologies to produce innovative packaging systems, bottles, caps and injection-molded parts for a wide range of industries. Led by Cushman & Wakefield, the project is slated to begin in late 2021, with a completion date in the fourth quarter of 2022.

‘ALPLA’s decision to grow in Missouri demonstrates our state’s ability to support companies with our highly skilled workforce, affordable business costs and unmatched logistical advantages,’ said Governor Mike Parson. ‘We are home to global leaders across various industries, and we take great pride in providing companies like ALPLA with a solid foundation to ensure their success in Missouri.’

The company cited the Kansas City region’s central location and strong community relationships as key drivers for the decision.

‘The Kansas City region’s strengths in manufacturing and availability of skilled talent will allow ALPLA to experience continued growth in manufacturing, furthering the company’s position as a leader in packaging solutions,’ said Tim Cowden, President and CEO, Kansas City Area Development Council.

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