Aptar says that by agreement MBF will "conserve the entrepreneurial spirit which, since its very beginnings, has remained one of MBF's key values".
This means that MBF's will remain focused on the development of components or complete packaging units for the fragrance and cosmetics market, together with domestic applications.
MBF Plastiques production is currently divided between 3 sites all with ISO 9001 certification. One site is dedicated to perfumery and cosmetics, special series and batch production, the second to batch production of service capsules for the hygiene sector, and the third is exclusively assigned to the production of industrial parts.
The MBF Plastiques unit specialises in design, injection and finishing of moulded parts. It manufactures products, frequently requiring monitoring of finishes. The company says its production capabilities are enhanced by its finishing workshop, as well as it separate assembly and decoration operations.
The operation handles a spectrum of perfumery and cosmetic packaging that ranges from make-up boxes to perfume caps, as well as covers and blocking packaging.
It also has a diverse range of well-known industry names as clients, including Yves St Laurent, Lancaster, Givenchy, Shiseido, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Azzaro, Thierry Mugler, Estee Lauder and Bulgari.
MBF specialises in batch production parts without finishing, allowing its clients to customize packaging parts according to individual requirements. On top of that its production methods also include a functional automation study as a part of each product development.