Inpak is a globally recognised and reputable engineering company specialised in fully automatic thermoforming machines. The company has emerged as an industry leader and has garnered the trust of its partners in 48 countries across six continents since its establishment in 2006.

Over 500 machines operating worldwide speaks for Inpak’s focus on prioritised customer experience.

Interview with Mustafa Eren, Marketing & Business Development Manager at Inpak.

Easy Engineering: What are the main areas of activity of the company?

Mustafa Eren: For sustainable and visually appealing plastic food packaging production, Inpak offers the TS-800, TS-850, and TS-1000 multi-station thermoforming machines, which combine world-class technology with Inpak’s engineering expertise and self-developed software. These machines deliver reliable and efficient performance, equipped with advanced features for high-speed and consistent production. Inpak provides customizable options to enhance efficiency and effectiveness based on customers’ specific requirements, strengthening their position as a leading company in terms of price over quality, and performance.

E.E: What’s the news about new products? Company?

M.E: Inpak operates in a 6000 m2 production area, has a dedicated team of 108 expert staff and 26 engineers in their R&D department. The company’s remarkable growth in the plastics converting thermoforming technology sector has prompted Inpak to consider expanding their capacity by constructing a new building facility.

E.E: What can you tell us about market trends?

M.E: We observe a general slowdown across Europe at least for a short period. We also see from our customers around the world that a trend in investing in cartoon packaging business. However, the main aim seems to be extending packaging product ranges to be able to offer alternatives to end users.

Some reports say, investing in cartoon business is likely to be higher than plastic converting business in the next 2-3 years. After that, investment in plastics converting Technologies is expected to grow more than cartoon business again towards 2030. As Inpak we agree with the stated outcomes. 

There are certain regions like North Africa and Middle East at the moment that has more potential for business growth. As Inpak we do expect a steady and low growth ratio in the sector but Inpak has a higher growth potential than the average considering the advantage cost effective pricing over provided technology, performance and reliability.

E.E: What are the most innovative products marketed?

M.E: Having put continues development into our company DNA, we give importance to have differentiation in our products and especially in our services. Providing meaningful digital technologies will be the next step in near future.

E.E: What estimations do you have for 2023?

M.E: Inpak’s primary driving force is to establish and maintain customer loyalty, resulting from our commitment to provide long machine lifetimes, fast and effective service, high net running time of the machines, comprehensive mould support, configuration variety and a strong brand image. This will bring Inpak a new company record in annual sales by the end of 2023.