On 23rd of February, during regional visit to Ventspils, president of Latvia Raimonds Vejonis visited a unique flexible packaging material manufacturing plant in Northern Europe IMMER Digital. During the visit the president and Ventspils city representatives were introduced to the premises and manufacturing capabilities of the factory.
“One of the directions for the development of Latvia is to create high level environmentally friendly, modern manufacturing companies through attracting foreign investments. The factory uses the latest technologies to manufacture competitive products with high added value, thus ensuring good employment opportunities to local residents,” said the president of Latvia Raimonds Vejonis during the visit.
Raimonds Vejonis, chairman of Ventspils city council Aivars Lembergs, deputy chairman of Ventspils city council Janis Vitolins were received by the IMMER Group president Irina Miroshnika and manufacturing director Davids Graveris, who showed the guests around the premises and introduced them to the company operating process.
During the meeting IMMER Group president Irina Miroshnik emphasized: “We highly value and appreciate the support that our company received on the highest level. Only two years were needed to develop our idea into manufacturing process in two shifts. We plan to open a new manufacturing workshop where unique, custom-designed manufacturing lines will be installed. We carry out research and develop new materials in our laboratory.”
During the visit the management of the company introduced the president of Latvia to the innovative technologies used to manufacture high quality, environmentally friendly flexible packaging materials. This type of packaging significantly increases the product storage period and is completely recyclable. Due to the fact that the flexible packaging is considered as the most economic and resource-saving type of packaging in the world, more and more manufacturers are using this technology. Raimonds Vejonis was positive about the company development plants to construct a new workshop, which will provide local residents with more than 200 workplaces.