Rompa moves to a new factory in China.

28 March 2017

The Rompa Group, one of the largest injection molding and thermoforming companies in the Netherlands, is opening a new factory in  Jiangmen, China. The present Rompa production facilities have become too small and a new factory located only about 3 kilometers away is currently being made operational.  This move will enable Rompa to continue with its programme of expansion. The plans are for the first injection molding machines to be installed in November, and Rompa hopes to have finalized the move to the new location after  the Chinese New Year.

The present factory in Jiangmen, called Rompa Shunxing, specializes in the manufacture of plastic consumer products, blister packaging, transport trays, automotive and technical products.  In addition, Rompa Shunxing carries out the assembly of semi-finished and finished products.  In the new factory Rompa will be able to expand its injection molding and thermoforming activities even further.  The factory boasts an impressive three storeys and has a surface area of more than 12.000 square meters. There is also an ESD area which is particularly suitable for the assembly of electronics, and a warehouse covering an area of 3.300 square meters.


Afbeelding: New factory - Rompa Shunxing


The Rompa Group was founded more than 130 years ago in Terheijden, the Netherlands. Over the years, the company has developed from a national company producing bags and cases into a leading international plastics manufacturer. From its head office in Tilburg, and also from its factories and offices in the Czech Republic, the USA and China, the company concentrates on the design, development and production of high quality plastic products and packaging. On top of this, the Rompa Group also carries out (sub) assembly, decoration and distribution activities for its international customers. These include leading companies such as Gazelle, Avery Dennison, Vendor, TomTom, Philips and Bosch. In 1997 the first factory outside the Netherlands was opened in Hong Kong. Since then, other factories have followed in Vyskov (Czech Republic), the present factory in Jiangmen,  and others in Portland (USA), Chengdu and Shanghai (both in China).