SIPA
Stand - B1004

SIPA. The PET Specialist.

With 30 years of experience in PET containers solutions, SIPA has acquired considerable expertise in all available bottle manufacturing and filling technologies, from preforms to finished products, for the food and beverage, chemical products, cosmetics, detergents and pharmaceutical sectors.

Our extensive product range includes equipment for production of preforms as well as single-stage injection-stretch-blow molding systems and stretch blow molding equipment (both rotary and linear), filling monoblocs, process equipment and a full range of robotized and palletizing solutions. SIPA is also a mould maker for blowing and preform injection systems, both SIPA and non-SIPA, and it also has an important bottle design and engineering operation at the service of its customers.

With the introduction of XTREME Renew, SIPA stands as a leading company in compliance with the principles of Circular Economy.

XTREME Renew is the world’s first integrated system for the production of food contact preforms containing 100% r PET flakes. XTREME Renew was developed in collaboration with EREMA, the Austrian company specializing in plastics recycling technologies.

The system is the synergistic combination of two already successful innovations – Erema’s Vacurema and XTREME from SIPA. Compared with alternative systems for recycling old PET bottles back into new ones, it simplifies the process, uses less energy, reduces logistic and costs less to run.

Thanks to its innovative products, SIPA is committed to meet the needs of its customers, providing more efficient, modern, and undoubtedly more sustainable production systems.

Headquatered in Italy, the company can rely on 18 sales branches, 4 manufacturing facilities (two sites in Italy, one in Romania and one in China) and 28 service centers for fast access to service, parts, and expert engineering support. SIPA also offers injection mould refurbishing and conversion services, with 8 refurbishment centers in Italy, China, Japan, Mexico, Brazil, South Africa and two in the United States (Georgia and California).