Harwich packaging equipment firm PLF celebrates 20th anniversary
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Staff at packaging specialist PLF International have celebrated 20 years at the forefront of cutting edge product design, development and manufacturing.
The innovative Harwich-based company has become one of the leading providers of powder and granular filling machinery, along with ancillary packaging equipment.
It works closely with major producers around the world, and has recently completed projects in Europe, the United States and New Zealand.
To mark the anniversary, PLF founder and managing director Mark Emond arranged celebration event for the company’s 42 staff members and contractors, many of whom have been with the company since its inception.
He said: “We are obviously delighted to celebrate 20 years of trading. When we started out, I never envisaged the company becoming as successful as it is today, and certainly not as the leading manufacturer of powder filling technology.
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“Reaching such a significant landmark in the company’s history and seeing our accomplishments has provided new drive and impetus to our ongoing plans.
“We’re certainly not resting on our laurels; instead we’re planning to build on the success, developing new technologies to continue providing the market with the very best packaging equipment – hopefully for another 20 years.
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