Axium Packaging invests $80 million to build new manufacturing plant in Canada

Sept. 6, 2023
Construction on the new plant is underway, and the facility is expected to be operational in 2024.

Axium Packaging Inc. has announced plans to open a new manufacturing facility in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. The company is investing $80 million into the project, generating 250 new jobs for the surrounding area. Construction on the new plant is underway, and the facility is expected to be operational in 2024. Axium, which provides engineering and tool building solutions for clients’ packaging needs, focuses on sustainability by building manufacturing facilities to be LEED Silver compliant and designing packaging with optimized bottle weights.

In a recent quote, Paul Judge, President, Axium Packaging, said, “We are excited to invest and partner with the City of Brampton, and Ontario as a part of our continued expansion in the North American market.“



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