Kautex manufactures plastic containers for liquid and solid hazardous materials of all packaging types (X and Y ratings) up to 30 liters. We use different processes to prevent the substances from escaping into the environment. Among these processes are co-extrusion blow molding, hollow article fluorization like Selar, and thermoplastic alloys with polyolefines and polyamides.
The World of Packaging
With the development of the first blow-mold machine – about 70 years ago – we began producing bottles, flacons and jerrycans made of polyethylene. Much has changed since then and we have grown to be an important provider in the European market.
We produce packaging units as small as 5 ml or as big as 60 liter canisters and carboys for Food, Chemicals, Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals, Labware and Agrochemicals. We provide a full array of services starting with our standard products all the way up to the development of customer-specific packaging solutions – customized from the smallest batch series to a production of millions of items while offering high flexibility in design and application: You can choose from different types and sizes as well as a great variety of fasteners and decorating processes.
We are an affiliate of our global parent company Textron and use the synergies and opportunities that come from being part of this major enterprise. For example, our customers can profit from extensive laboratory, research, and development options. We use modern CAD systems to develop new packaging, and computer simulation allows us to recognize the potential for optimization even in the run-up to mold construction; this saves time and money. The global expanse of our production plants allows us to produce products where they’re needed and quickly lets us adjust to the customer’s needs and modifications.
We are your personal contact during the complete process. Our supply chain management guarantees the best support – from initial contact to the conception of the filling station. We work in strict compliance with our Six Sigma discipline.