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Pujolasos grew by 31% in 2016 and plans further growth in 2017

Spanish wood packaging supplier Pujolasos reported an increase of 31% in turnover in 2016. The company expects to close the year on a turnover of 5,4 million euros.

Commenting on these results, the premium packaging supplier says these good result is due to the company’s investments, including “the use of 3D technology to develop caps and wooden finishes, allowing to increase production capacity and to obtain better results at the same time.

Pujolasos works for prestige beauty and fragrance brands such as Loewe, Tous Perfumes or Clarins, supplying them with wooden caps and wooden finishes. The company’s entire production process (design, development, manufacture, decoration, lacquering and assembly) is carried out at its manufacturing facility in Sant Pere de Torelló.

Looking ahead to 2017, the company predicts to grow even more, reaching 6.5 million euros in turnover, in particular thanks to the launch of new innovative and sustainable caps and wood finishes for the premium sector.

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