Opal Fibre Packaging Wodonga on track for 2023 opening
Opal’s $140 million high tech corrugated cardboard packaging facility is on track to be completed and operational by October 2023.
The site will receive more than 260 containers of state-of-the-art equipment with the installation phase commencing from April.
Sustainability is a core component of the site’s design, which when completed, will feature water harvesting capability and solar power to leverage the facility’s 41,000m2 of roof area.
The total footprint of the facility will be approximately 55,000m2.
March 15, 2023
Category: Media releases
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