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NR instant produce PCL, a Thailand based company has installed four Alpha packaging lines of V-shapes to support its non-food consumer products for domestic and international distribution along with clean and sustainable development product shots hand sanitizer and co-packaging of third party products.

Company established in 1991 had annual turnover of € 1 million and was recently listed in Thailand stock exchange. The company has manufacturing facilities in Nakhon Pathom and Ratchaburi provinces in Thailand and plans to invest in plant-based manufacturing plants in the UK and United States. The IPO will also provide funding to reach a total of five manufacturing lines for the production of sanitization products for sale in Canada, the United States and the Middle East.

NR instant produce PCL is a company dedicated to produce future foods along with curating sustainable techniques that will aid in producing the healthier food with least cost price.

Dan Pathomvanich, CEO, NR Instant Produce PCL, said, “We decided to partner with V-Shapes in December 2019,” said “We saw it as a super-cool solution that has provided us with a packaging solution that is very different and unique from what everyone else is offering.”

It is another example also of the company’s ability to adapt to pandemic conditions by providing virtual installation support using smart glasses. Pathomvanich added, “The experience of virtual/online commissioning is perfect to help a company and not commit any error during the installation while keeping everyone safe.” In addition, with V-Shapes lines in place, NR Instant Produce PCL was able to assist with pandemic mitigation by providing 10 million of its SDB clean shot hand sanitizer sachets, produced with V-Shapes technology, for use in the Southeast Asian region. “Prior to implementing V-Shapes,” Pathomvanich added, “we would have been unable to provide this critical service.”

Pathomvanich said that existing customers are excited to implement V-Shapes technology in the Southeast Asian region, and the availability of this unique packaging approach is also generating new business for the company. “We are very happy with the configurations we have in place today,” he concludes, “but we are also looking forward to continued innovation from V-Shapes, including in-line printing, that will make us more productive and enable us to provide faster cycle times and more variations in the products we provide to our customers. Another reason we chose V-Shapes is their consistent work towards a circular economy and the continuous development of sustainable materials with a 360-degree approach to using compostable, biodegradable, and/or recyclable materials, laminates and substrates.”

Pathomvanich said, “V-Shapes brings a high level of quality and state-of-the-art technology to the market, including the fact that there are a number of patents in place on the process, as well as the unique single-dose packaging it enables. These were also contributing factors to choosing to partner with V-Shapes.”

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