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tna opens new European manufacturing hub in Birmingham

04 March 2013

Packaging solutions specialist, tna, has announced the opening of a new European Manufacturing Hub in Birmingham, at one of the company’s existing sites. According to tna, it will further expand its global manufacturing facilities and provide a logistical base for its sales, technical service and project management capabilities in Europe. With two established manufacturing sites in Australia and China, the new Hub is said to create a strategic site closer to tna’s European customers, reduce

The 50,000sqft facility in Birmingham represents a significant investment in the European market and tna expects product output to reach 30% of all its capital equipment from around the world. Providing employment for around 65 people, the site will create a number of new jobs in the area, both in the manufacturing facility and the offices. Annual cash injection in the region is set to reach £15million per annum, and is projected to double in the next three to five years. 

Tim Moulsdale, general manager - Europe, tna, commented: “We are delighted to be opening our new European Manufacturing Hub in Birmingham. At tna, we’re renowned for our high level of service and world class products, and are dedicated to constantly improving our capabilities to meet our customers’ needs. Being closer to our customers plays a fundamental part in this. Through our new production facility in Europe, we can now manufacture a large proportion of our revolutionary products in addition to offering enhanced technical support, sales and related services to our customers here and across the globe.”

With a network of 25 offices worldwide, the opening of the new European Manufacturing Hub forms part of tna’s global expansion strategy and represents just one of a number of office openings for the company in 2013.


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