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Joint Venture to Serve as Asian Supply SourceJoint Venture to Serve as Asian Supply Source

January 12, 2006

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Joint Venture to Serve as Asian Supply Source

Originally Published MPMN January 2006


Joint Venture to Serve as Asian Supply Source

Shana Leonard


Rollprint and Acme Packaging codeveloped ClearForm thermoformable web.

Alliantz Flexible Packaging Pte. Ltd., Singapore, derives from a joint venture between Rollprint Packaging Products Inc. (Addison, IL; www.rollprint.com) and Acme Packaging Company (Pte.) Ltd. (Singapore; www.acmepack.com). The new company will serve both local and multinational firms requiring an Asian flexible packaging supply source. Its primary focus is on sterile medical disposable and industrial applications.

Company headquarters for Alliantz are located in Singapore and are slated to have Class 100,000 cleanroom manufacturing areas, ISO 9000 certification, and a three-layer, blown-film extrusion line. Dhuanne Dodrill, president of Rollprint, will serve on Alliantz’s board as chairman. Two former Acme executives and Rollprint’s vice president of business development will join her as members of the board. “The Alliantz joint venture will enable Rollprint to take its global supply abilities to the next level,” says Dodrill. “It allows us to manufacture our technologically advanced flexible packaging structures locally for companies with facilities in Southeast Asia.”

As a result of the endeavor, executives plan on expanding joint-development projects between Alliantz and Rollprint. Acme and Rollprint formerly collaborated on developing ClearForm, a thermoformable bottom web. Acme Packaging is a supplier of sterile medical devices; Rollprint offers packaging materials and caters to the needs of many peelable, chemical-resistant, formable, and barrier applications.

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