aluplast Opens New Extrusion Plant in Gujarat, India

Glass Magazine
May 16, 2016

aluplast India Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of aluplast GmbH, Karlsruhe, Germany, officially opened its new plant in Vadodara, Gujarat, India, extruding energy-efficient uPVC window profiles, on April 8. The new plant was inaugurated by aluplast founder and chairman Manfred J. Seitz and aluplast CEO Dirk Seitz alongside many national and international dignitaries of the building and fenestration industry as well as other officials and many honorable guests.

One year after the groundbreaking ceremony, aluplast took over the facility in Vadodara and has already been extruding for a couple of months. All of aluplast’s technologies come into operation such as the co-extrusion of gaskets which has been standard at all aluplast extrusion facilities for many years. Along with extruding, aluplast also started the lamination of window profiles in several colors.

The new plant in Vadodara is a fully integrated part of the extrusion network of aluplast which means that the Indian extrusions are also supplied back to its headquarters in Karlsruhe, Germany. 

aluplast’s new plant in Vadodara also functions as a service hub and technical center. aluplast will offer training for the teams of its business partners on window fabrication and related topics on a weekly basis at this location.