TNA has opened a new state-of-the-art manufacturing site in Melbourne, Australia, which will allow the company to triple the manufacturing capacity of its packaging equipment.
The site has been built to allow TNA to meet the growing global demand for its food packaging solutions, such as its vertical form fill and seal (VFFS) packaging system.
The new facility will also include a training and demonstration centre, providing customers and new staff with an opportunity to observe TNA’s equipment in a live operational environment.
TNA claims that the training centre will help customers improve workplace safety, reduce downtime, enhance operational efficiencies and maximise the lifespan and performance of their equipment.
Alf Taylor, TNA’s managing director and co-founder said: “TNA’s growth has been incredible over the years.
”We’ve come a long way since we opened our first factory in Melbourne in 1986. Since then, the demand for our integrated packaging solutions has increased rapidly.
“Thanks to our new site, we’ll not only easily be able to meet such high-volume orders, but also gain the capacity to expand our operations even further in the future.
“We’re really proud of our new Australian manufacturing facility and can’t wait to welcome everyone at the new site.”
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