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Impact International

Tube Manufacturer

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"Australia's most innovative tube manufacturer"

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Impact's contribution to the tube industry has been recognised by it’s peers, through winning awards such as the 1994 “World Star Award”. The World Star award was presented by the World Packaging Organisation.

In 2000, Impact also won silver medals at the Australian Packaging Awards. The awards were for “Component manufacture” and “Package Designer Functionality”.

In 2002, the American Tube Council presented Impact with the “International tube of the year award”.

The Impact group of companies is confident that it can meet customer's requirements, as Impact spends a large amount of money on Research & Development, and is at the forefront of developing new products and producing new designs for tubes and aerosol cans. In 1999, Impact caused a major stir at Interpak, by showing the Swiss “Candida” brand of toothpaste in a “hologram” patterned laminate.

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About Impact International

"Australia's most innovative tube manufacturer"

The Impact group of companies is a specialised, vertically integrated manufacturer of tubes and associated components. Impact was founded by Mr. Dusan Lajovic in Sydney Australia in 1958. Since then, Impact has grown to be a major supplier to some of the largest multinational firms in the world.

One of the main strengths of the Impact group is our ability to manufacture in-house all the components required to manufacture aluminium, laminate and plastic tubes. This allows Impact to produce high quality tubes at competitive pricing, as well as reduce delivery times to our valued customers.

The Impact group employ's over 500 people and produces over 200 million tubes annually, servicing the Pharmaceutical, Cosmetic, Food and Personal care markets.

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Impact's contribution to the tube industry has been recognised by it’s peers, through winning awards such as the 1994 “World Star Award”. The World Star award was presented by the World Packaging Organisation.

In 2000, Impact also won silver medals at the Australian Packaging Awards. The awards were for “Component manufacture” and “Package Designer Functionality”.

In 2002, the American Tube Council presented Impact with the “International tube of the year award”.

The Impact group of companies is confident that it can meet customer's requirements, as Impact spends a large amount of money on Research & Development, and is at the forefront of developing new products and producing new designs for tubes and aerosol cans. In 1999, Impact caused a major stir at Interpak, by showing the Swiss “Candida” brand of toothpaste in a “hologram” patterned laminate.