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Taghleef Industries help provide
over 7.5 million meals to those in need...
Taghleef Industries offering more in China
Part of the
growth strategy for the Asia Pacific region is to build a strong specialty film
business. Since the official announcement of a
China representative office in February 2011,
we are pleased to announce that we have obtained an update to our office to one gaining
unlimited residence in China, reflecting our commitment to consolidate our prescience in the
marketplace The investment for long term commitment in this region brings the confidence
of the Asia Pacific team but also rewards Taghleef Industries by being invited to meet with
different global packaging companies including Nestle (China), P&G Beijing Innovation Centre,
AkzoNobel (Shanghai) to discuss our supply opportunities and market the
By focusing on more regular technical presentations and commercial discussions with these
multinational as well as domestic end-users and converters, Taghleef Industries has gradually
built up its local brand awareness among the flexible packaging industries.
has also been very active in bringing innovative IML technology to the market, which has
steadily been on the rise throughout China. As the intrigue in this sector increase,
is well
positioned to ensure growth in this area as seen in projected sales increase of 30-40% in 2012.
Trucks are currently rolling into Foodbank
warehouses delivering packets of macaroni
thanks to Foodbank’s Pasta Collaborative
Supply Program.
The program, which is now in its third
year, is a great example of partnerships
within the food industry in making great
things happen. The program asks all
stakeholders in the production of a key,
staple item to donate their component -
manufacturing, ingredients, packaging or
Pasta is one of the core staples which
Foodbank is keen to be able to offer to
charities and community groups on a
consistent basis (Foodbank support over
2,500 charities across Australia) and the
Collaborative Supply Program is essential
in achieving this goal.
Taghleef Industries have been significant
supporters of the Pasta program since its
inception 3 years ago and in this time have
provided 5 tonnes of packaging to support
the production of pasta for distribution to
those less fortunate in the community.  
The program is made possible with the
help of Rinoldi Pasta who manufactures
the product, Manildra, Weston Milling
and CBH Group who supply the flour,
VISY, Perfection Packaging and Taghleef
Industries who supply the packaging and
Toll who assist with transportation around
the country.
Last year the program enabled Foodbank
to distribute enough pasta to form the
base of over 7.5 million meals and it is on
track to do the same again this year.
This couldn’t be achieved without the
great support of “Friends of Foodbank” like
Taghleef Industries.
Bruce Padget - Taghleef
Rob Chambers - Perfection Packaging Pasta
Packaging Partners Jan 2012