Read later
  • 09 Sep 2022

Taghleef unveils new coating line in Europe

As one of the leading manufacturers of PP-based, biobased, and biodegradable films, Taghleef Industries has commissioned state-of-the-art equipment with proprietary features in San Giorgio di Nogaro, Italy, which scales up the existing capacities of Alcalá la Real in Spain and Terre-Haute, Indiana, USA.

Building on strong and consolidated expertise in the coating processes and modern chemistries, Taghleef continues to deploy innovative investments to offer an advanced portfolio for the flexible packaging, labels and technical films markets.

With its tailor-made design and a production capacity ranging from 10 to 18 Ktons per year, the new coating line will allow the company to serve high-value segments and enter emerging markets, like smart packaging.

‘With this new investment, Taghleef Industries reinforces its commitment to deliver functional and reliable packaging film solutions, giving our customers access to a much wider range of applications that cater to the sustainability goals they wish to fulfill,’ said Mario Molinaro, business unit director of packaging films EU at Taghleef. 

‘This is also true for our label films line. In fact, by matching the inherent functionalities of our base films with our in-house coating technologies, we will be able to provide more and more tailor-made solutions to satisfy the growing variety of applications,’ added Simone Baldin, business unit manager of label films EU at Taghleef.

‘Our mission is to ensure that our products are aligned with circular economy principles and answer to our stakeholders’ important needs such as product protection, performance and sustainability. These three main pillars are at the core of every Ti film solution. In fact, each product line is designed with the highest specifications, characteristics, and benefits, based on the organization’s best practices in product innovation and supply chain optimization,’ concluded Monica Battistella, product and sustainability manager at Taghleef.


The Labels & Labeling global editorial team covers every corner of the world from Europe and the Americas, to India, Asia, Southeast Asia and Australasia with all the latest news from the label and package printing market.

See author’s profile »