It comes after Bormioli Luigi opened a new unit dedicated to making bottles for fragrance and cosmetics in Azuqueca, Spain
Luigi Bormioli was founded in 1946
The move is anticipated to build on the synergies between the two companies and create a more “agile and flexible’ business model.
Bormioli Rocco was originally acquired by the global glass and packaging manufacturer in 2017.
“The merger will offer the opportunity to enhance the effectiveness of [our] strategic research, using advanced IT systems,” Bormioli Luigi said in a statement.
“The transformation will concern not only production and marketing but also human resources, finances and various supplies.”
In April 2023, Bormioli Luigi opened a new unit dedicated to making bottles for fragrance and cosmetics in Azuqueca, Spain.
The site, situated 40km from Madrid, had been used for the Italian group’s tableware business since its acquisition in 2017.
The facility is equipped with four new IS (individual section) machines for hollow glass manufacturing, as well as a decoration workshop.
The company also maintains four production plants in Italy.
Last year, French indie beauty brand Mimitika also chose glassmaker Bormioli Luigi to package its very first skin care line.
The business’ Thalassa jars were chosen for the packaging, which are made from 15% PCR glass.