INDEVCO Plastics, a newly established facility in Longview, Texas will promote a complete line of petrochemical packaging at The International Plastics Showcase NPE2015 from March 23rd – 27th in Orlando, Florida.
During the expo, representatives will meet with petrochemical manufacturers and resin suppliers at booth #S37127 to introduce the company. INDEVCO Plastics seamlessly integrates local production and 24/7 warehousing with imports from sister companies, thus leveraging on supply from the two lowest feedstock cost areas worldwide: The Middle East and the U.S. We also leverage our mother company’s 60 years of experience serving the petrochemical industry in over 40 countries worldwide.
As a member of INDEVCO Group, the global leader in petrochemical packaging, we offer a comprehensive “one-stop source” for petrochemical packaging, such as cost-efficient, high-quality FFS bags, stretch film, stretch hood, open mouth bags, and valve bags. At a later stage, INDEVCO Plastics will also serve the hygiene, industrial goods, as well as lawn and garden industries.
About INDEVCO Plastics
After successfully supplying the US market with imported top-quality plastic film and packaging for seven years, INDEVCO Group established INDEVCO Plastics as a one-stop source for plastic packaging. INDEVCO Plastics leverages on the group’s 60 years of best practices in industrial manufacturing and experience supplying the petrochemical industry in over 40 countries.
About INDEVCO Group
Established in 1955, privately-owned INDEVCO Group currently employs over 10,250 employees in 72 companies located across the world. The group's 51 manufacturing plants are situated in the USA, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Greece, Ghana, Iraq and Cyprus, while 21 commercial companies are located throughout Europe, Africa and South Asia.
INDEVCO Group's products include paper and plastic flexible packaging, corrugated containers and displays, consumer and away-from-home disposables, jumbo tissue, and energy solutions. INDEVCO's current operations in the U.S. include timber and lumber operations, kraft linerboard and recycled corrugating medium paper mills, corrugated containers, corrugated sheet and sheet feeder plants, and bio-mass power plants.