We are thrilled to announce that we have been recognised as one of the ‘Top 10 Thermoforming & Vacuum Forming Products Manufacturers 2022’ at the Industry Outlook Awards! This accolade is a testament to our unwavering focus on delivering top-notch thermoformed package offerings with holistic customer experience, right from in-house concept design, tooling and mould-making to manufacturing of rigid PET and PVC sheets and thermoformed offerings.
“We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all teams responsible for this recognition, as well as to our customers, who continue to place their trust in us. Our humble ambition is to be the first choice for sustainable rigid packaging, by helping our customers make more mindful packaging choices that deliver more with less,” says Akhilesh Bhargava, Managing Director, AVI Global Plast.
As one of India’s trusted vertically-integrated manufacturers of rigid films and thermoformed packaging, we have built a strong reputation for delivering high-quality PET and PVC-based packaging with quick turnaround times and reliable machine performance.
AVI’s diverse catalogue of thermoformed packaging, marketed under the globally recognised brand ‘Prime’, caters to the recyclable and recycled PET packaging needs of food and fresh produce across six continents. We also offer customised thermoforming services which cater to blister, tray and clamshell packaging needs of bakery, confectionery, beauty and personal care, stationery, toys, electronics, pharma and healthcare segments.
Quality, safety and sustainability are fundamental aspects of our operations, and we have made it a priority to voluntarily adhere to international quality, occupational and environmental management standards across our manufacturing processes. We have also digitised our supply chain for recycled packaging, allowing us to offer complete transparency and traceability, right from waste collection to the verified environmental impact of our recycled packs.
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