Depending on need and requirement (such as, for packaging, labeling, printing, sealing, taping or for decorative purposes), customers can choose any product/ products of their liking.
Fulfilling their vision “To be the most preferred brand for packaging and laminating solutions globally”, they have worldwide presence spanning across every continent. It always believes in ‘being on top’ and thus seek global market leadership with a customer base in more than 100 countries.
The company started production of BOPP film 33 years ago in Aurangabad, India in 1981. Over a span of 20 years, five more BOPP film lines were added. In 2002 it acquired Gujarat Propack Ltd. with 2 more film lines.
In the last 10 years the company has expanded its operations to include several extrusion coating lines and vacuum metallizing of various film substrates. In 2011, the company established a new manufacturing plant in South Korea, in addition to its US operations.
In the last week of August 2013, the company inaugurated its 9th BOPP film production line in the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Shendra, close to Aurangabad.
Atlas has commissioned two slitter rewinders-one 8.7m wide primary film slitter and the other is a 2.8m wide secondary film slitter for processing narrower widths of BOPP film.
“We are very pleased with the quick installation and commissioning of the two new film slitters which was carried out by the Atlas Service team based in India,“ commented Mr. Sanjay Chincholekar, VP of Sales, Marketing & Projects for Cosmo Films [ http://www.cosmofilms.com ].
“We are also pleased to be working in collaboration with Atlas again for our new film line. We now have 12 Atlas film slitters operating in several locations, some of which have been in service for more than 25 years,“ he confirmed.
In the year 2013-14, it is expected that the company will produce 150,000 tonnes of BOPP film, 40,000 tonnes of thermal film, 20,000 tonnes of coated film and 8,000 tonnes of metallized film which makes it one of the world’s largest producers of plastic films.