Repak Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Repak's estimated annual revenue is currently $31.8M per year.
- Repak's estimated revenue per employee is $481,364
- Repak has 66 Employees.
- Repak grew their employee count by 5% last year.
Repak Competitors & AlternativesAdd Company
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What Is Repak?
Repak was established in 1985. Over the course of 30 years the company has developed from a machine factory into a leading supplier of thermoforming packaging machines for every user. It now employs approximately 100 staff. A sober and solid company. Practical, reliable and flexible with quality as its highest priority. The emphasis is on high quality and innovative equipment, outstanding service and support. The supplier for the better and smarter packaging solutions. Repak aim is to develop high quality thermoforming packaging technology and packaging concepts appropriate for the demands expressed by the market. It is on this basis that Repak produces, assembles and tests highly reliable, modern machines with an extraordinary favourable Total Cost of Ownership. In order to achieve and guarantee stable growth, Repak attaches a great deal of importance to sustainable products and production technology, whereby we strive to make extremely efficient use of scarce resources. Moreover, Repak strives to create long term, trust-based relationships with all players that collectively form the Repak ecosystem.keywords:N/A
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