The arrival of Jagtenberg Plastics into the RPC Promens Industrial division has further strengthened RPC’s blow moulding offering in a wide range of end markets.
Established in 1965, Jagtenberg Plastics is a specialist in HDPE extrusion blow moulding with factories in Heerewaarden, The Netherlands, and Crailsheim, Germany, as well as a through-the-wall operation for bespoke packs at its customer ADM in Antwerp, Belgium.
The company manufactures a wide range of products including jerry cans, vessels, fuel and water containers, and watering cans in a variety of sizes, along with specialist technical parts such as foundation blocks and traffic beacons. Its long established expertise and experience mean that as well as the development of its own product ranges, the company can work with customers in the creation of bespoke designs and the manufacture of products from customers’ own moulds.
Additional customisation of products can be achieved through the availability of a choice of decoration options including printing, sleeving, labelling and the incorporation of booklets.
In addition to its technical skills, a key factor in Jagtenberg’s success has been the close working relationships the company has established with its customer base, some of which extend as far back as 35 years. Early involvement in each project ensures a smooth and efficient process and optimal production at the lowest possible cost.
These core values make Jagtenberg Plastics an ideal fit within the RPC Group, whose success is also based on its specialisation in plastic products, technical and design excellence and commitment to customer service.
“As a leader in product design and development, RPC Group is the perfect match to help us to continue to grow our business,” explains Eugène Wildöer of Jagtenberg Plastics.
“Our strengths have always been creativity, flexibility and speed of service, and becoming part of RPC will enable us to further develop these while utilising the additional know-how and experience of the group to create additional opportunities.”Back to news articles