India’s Piramal Glass has invested €15 million to add three new Premium Perfume Bottle manufacturing lines to provide an additional capacity of 50 million pieces.

All the three manufacturing lines are expected to be ready by May 2020.

It has also invested €15 million to modernise and expand its decoration facility in Kosamba, India by doubling its current capacity with the addition of new automated printing and colour coating lines.

Piramal Glass has two glass-manufacturing facilities in India, one in the USA and one in Sri Lanka, as well as offices and warehouse facilities in India, USA, France, Germany, Brazil, UAE, UK, China, and Sri Lanka, with an overall capacity of 1375 tonnes per day.

During the 2019 fiscal year the company sold around 2 billion pieces of nail polish bottles, around 550 million pieces of perfume bottles, and around 60 million pieces of skin care jars.