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IMACC opens near Charlotte
Originally published:  18/11/2008
US packagings reconditioner and recycler IMACC has opened a new 1,670 m² facility in Gastonia, near Charlotte, North Carolina. The plant will now sell reconditioned intermediate bulk containers (IBCs), rebottled IBCs and reconditioned plastics drums while also receiving used IBCs, plastics and steel drums and other types of recyclable plastics from local industries. According to a statement issued by the Gaston County Economic Development Commission, IMACC will invest “less than $1m” at the site and create 4 to 10 new jobs, with the company seeking to recruited staff “through local sources, including private temp and government agencies”.
“I want to thank Marc Bolick of the Gaston County Economic Development Commission for his work in helping us find the right building,” says IMACC president Peter Cutt. “IMACC has needed a facility in the Charlotte region to better serve our customers. I am excited about this new location. The future opportunities for our company to grow are tremendous,” he continues. A member of the Reusable Industrial Packaging Association (RIPA) since 1999, IMACC will continue to operate it existing plant in Galton, Georgia. Founded in 1984, IMACC claims to be “one of the nation’s largest IBC reconditioners” and “a leading supplier of recycled plastic in the southeast” of the country.