Facts and info

Merchandise: premium packs for cosmetics, perfumes, wines, spirits, jewelry and watches.
Employees: more than 250 people.
Global turnover: 40 million Euros.
Daily manufacturing capacity: 300.000 cases, 70.000 coated boxes and 2.000 hand-finished jewel cases.
(*) The data refers to the year 2012.

Production sites

pusterla 1880

Venegono Inferiore
(I): 13.500 m2, 7.550 of which are covered.
Since February 2012, a photovoltaic system has been functioning on the roof of the plant: 1.325 m2 net surface covered by solar panels allow for the production of 159 Kwp, equal to 12% of the site’s energy consumption. This is where the printing and finishing of the materials takes place, as well as the production of foldable cases.

coffret

Oradur-sur-Glane
(F): 15.284 m2, 7.577 of which are covered.
The site of Oradour-sur-Glane, once Coffrets Création, is now under the direction of Pusterla 1880 France.
It is specialized in the production of assembled jewel cases, thermoformed interiors and confectioning on behalf of customers.

dacica teca

Clinceni, Bucarest
(RO): 3.000 m2, 2.000 of which are covered.
Since January 1st, 2013, Dacica Teca has become Pusterla 1880 Romănia Srl: a company known for its technical know-how in the creation of premium products with a high amount of manual work.

cherre
Cherré
(F): 19.860 m2, 7.270 of which are covered.
The site in Cherré, once Cartonnage Cazelles, is now under the direction of Pusterla 1880 France.
It is specialized in the production of assembled jewel cases, thermoformed interiors and confectioning on behalf of customers.

Tepor

Founded in 1979, Tepor progressively specialized in the market of luxury products until it became a leading company from the point of view of quality and design. In 2004 it was acquired by the Cosfibel group and in 2010 by the Pusterla 1880 Group.
Now the Group is able to develop and produce all the thermoformed products in-house, integrating them in its own paper production processes, and has succeeded in widening its product range by introducing plastic materials as a support.
The customers consequently experience greater synergies both in the product development stage (carried out together with and by the interlocutors of the Group), and in the manufacturing stage (molding thermoformed parts directly in line before confectioning).

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