MAUSER invests in German IBC manufacturing capabilities
06 June 2018

MAUSER Group, a worldwide leading company in industrial packaging, continues to invest in its IBC operations in Germany. The Erkelenz production campus, which combines manufacturing and reconditioning of Composite Intermediate Bulk Containers, installed a new state-of-the-art blow molder and increased process reliability by automating material workflows.

Considering the growing demand from various end-user markets in Germany and the nearby Benelux region, MAUSER opted proactively to update its production equipment to increase flexibility in customer service and enhance supply reliability. The Erkelenz plant, 40km west of Dusseldorf, is perfectly located to deliver to various chemical industry clusters and transportation hubs.

The latest generation of IBC blow molders from in-house machinery builder MAUSER MACHINERY enables the operations team to produce all current IBC types offered by MAUSER. The installation was flawless and provided customers a seamless transition as well as a “business as usual” experience. With MAUSER’s commitment to providing the most comprehensive and sustainable packaging solutions, the new investment ensures the optimum supply of products to the markets of Western Europe with further improved transport distances and reduced emissions.



About MAUSER Group


MAUSER Group, founded in 1896, is a worldwide leading producer of industrial packaging with more than 5,500 employees. The company has influenced the international market through innovative packaging technologies. A subsidiary of Stone Canyon Industries, MAUSER serves a portfolio of customers in the chemical, agrochemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical sectors, as well as the food and beverage industries. MAUSER products include plastic packaging, fiber drums, steel drums, Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs) and reconditioning services through the National Container Group (NCG), a MAUSER holding. MAUSER provides sustainability-oriented, full-cycle services – from production to recycling (ECO-CYCLE®). With more than 100 Mauser/NCG sites and multiple joint ventures in Europe, the Americas and Asia – plus two partner networks for plastic and steel packaging – the company is a presence around the globe. For more information, visit