The France-based company, which is a major supplier of fragrance and cosmetics bottles to some of the world’s biggest players at the premium end of the market, decided that locating the facility in Jalisco because it is strategically placed to serve the whole of the Americas.
Production at the facility started in June of this year and has provided 400 local jobs focused on the of glass manufacturing and decoration at the multi-process facility.
The Jalisco location means that the packaging can be conveniently shipped to multiple destinations throughout the Americas, including other Mexican states, together with USA & Canada, the Caribbean, and Central America.
Enhanced efficiency and cost savings
Company executives say that this strategic location should also serve to cut costs and make shipping more efficient by reducing delivery times and enhancing service efficiency.
“We are very excited to now fully cater to the United States, the world’s leading market for the consumption of premium spirits,” said Loïc Quentin de Gromard Chief Executive Officer of Saverglass.
“The new factory is a reflection of Saverglass’ dedication to providing exceptional bottling services to its customers.”
Increased production capacity
The new facility means that the company’s overall packaging production capacity is increased significantly, up by 120 million to a yearly production total of 720 million, once full capacity is reached.
Company executives say that the new facility has been designed around the company’s four key strengths, which are focused on innovation, quality, creativity and flexibility for its main clients, including names such as LVMH.
The company is also focused on providing bottles for wines and spirits and has recently partnered with fine wine and spirits marketing agency Colangedo & Partners as part of its efforts to expand into the U.S. market.