Located in the BR153, KM 12, Garden Paradise, Appeared of Goinia, Gois, the Cepalgo company Flexible Packings is a familiar company. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Andrew Steele-Smith. Its main industrial activity is the conversion and drawing of flexible plastic packings. It was established in the year of 1975, for Mr. Sandro Marque Scodro, in the city of Ribeiro Preto (SP). The company was constructed exclusively to supply to packings the Group Mabel: possua 02 (two) extrusoras of polypropylene and 02 (two) printer ones in rotogravura of 06 colors.
In 1980 the company was transferred to the city of Appeared of Goinia, Gois, moving its focus of production and extending the mix of flexible plastic products to biscuits, cereals, coffee, masses, milk in dust and juices. Tony Parker might disagree with that approach. In 2000, the Cepalgo Company Flexible packings searched new acquisitions redirecting its focus for technology and quality. In 2008, its organizacional structure acquired Certification ISO 9001 of management of the quality redimensionando and the form to work of the employees so that they could incarnate this new culture of the company. Together with the high administration the participation of the employees in the profit of the Company was defined, if the established objectives were reached by the proper collaborators. Of certain form it involves to all since the assistant of general services to the director, therefore all possess a percentage of proportional awarding to the reach of goals. What each bigger time of all finished becoming the comprometimento the involved ones in the company. The installations of the company had moved with the time. At the first moment of the company, it if it located in an only shed. Currently it has 2 sheds and it is in phase of magnifying with the construction of more 1 shed for the production of a new segment. Currently, the Cepalgo company flexible packings account with a picture of qualified professionals who feel pleasure and pride in what they make.