Keiryo ramps up its engineering capacity: Dr.Edyta Niemczyk appointed Engineering Team Lead

Edyta Niemczyk joins Keiryo Packaging Technologies as Engineering Team Lead. She will coordinate the overall engineering workflow thereby ensuring proper implementation of our different development tracks.

Keiryo Packaging Technologies raises 1M€ seed capital to accelerate the engineering development phase of its sustainable PET bottle manufacturing process.

The Keiryo Packaging technology modifies the morphological structure and performance of polymers during the injection process.

Philippe Blonda to lead Keiryo’s Business Development

Phillipe Blonda will be in charge of business development and new technology partnerships for Keiryo.

Keiryo Packaging Technologies and PDG-Plastiques sign a technology development agreement.

The partnership will lead to the commercialization of a new PET injection stretch Blow moulding process for PET bottles that reduces the manufacturing cost and improves the environmental performance of the bottle.

The Keiryo PET solution has been awarded the ‘Solar Impulse Efficient Solution’ label, a proof of high standards in profitability and sustainability

Keiryo Packaging Technology’s PET Solution modifies the morphological structure and performance of polymers during the injection process.

Guy Wollaert, ex-CTO The Coca-Cola Company joins Keiryo’s Industry Advisory Board

Guy Wollaert, Business Angel, Managing Partner of Idea-Value-Impact advisory services and former CTO of The Coca-Cola Company joins Keiryo Packaging Technologies SA as member of the Industry Advisory Board.

Dr. Savvas G. Hatzikiriakos, professor of chemical and biological engineering at the University of British Columbia joins Keiryo’s Industry Advisory Board

Savvas will support and advice Keiryo Packaging Technologies in the scientific and technical development activities related to its disruptive polymer processing technology.

Packaging Insights Magazine - Ticket to ride: Keiryo Packaging develops game-changing polymer processing technology

Incoming EU regulations posit that beverage bottles will have to contain at least 25 percent recycled plastic (rPET) by 2025 and 30 percent by 2030.