Mondi has expanded its paper bag footprint in Morocco

Mondi has started production at its €16 million plant in Tangier (Morocco), increasing production capacity in West Africa to over 500 million bags each year
Mondi has expanded its paper bag footprint in Morocco
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Mondi, a global leader in sustainable packaging and paper, has started production at its €16 million greenfield plant in Morocco, which can produce 100 million paper bags each year.

This brings Mondi’s total capacity in West Africa to over 500 million bags annually, helping to meet the growing customer demand for paper bags in the region. This plant is Mondi’s fourth site in West Africa (in addition to two plants in Morocco and one in Ivory Coast).

The sack kraft paper used by these locations is produced by Mondi, helping to ensure security of supply of packaging materials to the region’s building industry. In addition, Tangier is ideally located within a free economic trade zone making it well positioned to supply to neighbouring countries.

Hicham Jalal, Mondi’s regional manager West Africa Paper Bags, comments, “It is really exciting to see the growth in the West African building industry. Mondi is uniquely positioned to deliver paper-based packaging materials directly to customers in the region, who benefit from a reliable supply of high-quality paper bags and local services.”

Claudio Fedalto, chief operating officer Paper Bags, Mondi, adds, “This investment illustrates our commitment to growing our offering of sustainable packaging through our integrated value chain. Thanks to the excellent work and spirit of the local team, we secured, progressed and turned this project around incredibly quickly. Work on the ground started in January 2022, and we have already started production at our new plant. This excellent achievement was only possible thanks to the highly motivated local team.”

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