Pact is a dynamic and robust manufacturer of packaging and other products with operations throughout Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Pact converts primarily plastic resin and also steel into packaging and related products that service customers in the food, dairy, beverage, chemical, agricultural, industrial and other sectors. Our vision is to enrich lives every day through sustainable packaging. Pact is passionate about innovation and is constantly expanding its diverse product portfolio across a variety of packaging and product substrates and expertise. The objective is to deliver customers the best possible packaging, co-manufacturing and supply chain solutions.
Pact’s highly diversified Consumer and Industrial packaging range delivers products and services to some of the world’s largest and most trusted brands.
Pact’s materials handling solutions are focussed on the transportation and storage of products using pallets, crates and other containers.
Pact’s diverse capabilities across packaging and product substrate have recently been extended through the acquisitions of three Contract Manufacturing businesses; Jalco, Australian Pharmaceutical Manufactures (APM) and Pascoe’s.
Pact established this division to support and complement our diverse product offering and assist our Customers meet their sustainability commitments.
Fire at Jalco Automotive Site
PUBLISHED: 19 March
We can confirm that one of our plants, Jalco Automotive, has been destroyed by fire. The cause of the fire is yet to be investigated and we will be working closely with the relevant authorities to ascertain what happened. We are thankful that no one was hurt.
Pact welcomes extension of the apprenticeship wage subsidy scheme
PUBLISHED: 10 March
Pact Group is pleased to welcome the Federal Government’s announcement to extend the wage subsidy scheme for apprenticeships, now ending September 2021.
Pact Group transforms 600 tonnes of plastic waste into recycled noise wall solution for Mordialloc Freeway
PUBLISHED: 01 March
Breakthrough technology using 75% recycled materials including milk bottles and soft plastics will help build Australia’s circular economy and demonstrate the opportunity for locally recycled materials.