PATRIZIA AND MARIO,
ADMINISTRATORS AT ENCAPLAST
80s and 90s
Encaplast was born in a small plant of only 300 sqm, but the goal of Mr. Enzo Neri, along with his wife Carla, was clear from the beginning: to bring Encaplast to compete with the major packaging companies. In just a few years, the company gained ten employees, including the son Mario and the daughter Patrizia, who immediately began to follow in the footsteps of their parents.
In the ‘90 Encaplast expanded: a new 1,000 sqm plant was set up and the workforce grew to 30 employees. The company is still family-run and has a rosy future ahead.
The medical district in Mirandola started playing an important role in the international market. Encaplast grew very quickly to meet the needs of the companies of the sector. Two new plants were set up in Mirandola (Modena, Italy): a warehouse with offices in via Chiarini and a clean room (ISO 8 certified) with warehouse for shipments in via Di Mezzo for a total area of 4,000 sqm. The second generation of the family plays an increasingly important role, supporting the parents in the company management.
A new plant, completely reconstructed and modern, with a total area of 4,400 sqm, including administrative offices, technical office, heated warehouse for storage with acceptance of raw material, grey room (750 sqm for cutting, printing and laminating/coupling), clean room (750 sqm, ISO 8 certified), quality control and warehouse for shipments. The workforce is made up of more than 100 employees and in constant increase. Encaplast joins SBA, becoming one of the world’s leading medical and pharmaceutical packaging companies.