European paper and packaging distributor Inapa has moved to a new group headquarters.
Inapa IPG, the company that controls Inapa Group, has relocated from Lisbon to Sintra, a town just north of the Portuguese capital. The Sintra site is now the headquarters of all Inapa’s companies in Portugal. The facility has a total area of 15,400 sq m (154,000 sq ft), including 2,900 sq m of office space, and is currently the workplace of 150 of the group’s employees.
The firm said the move is part of an “international operational improvement process that aims to optimise operations, stimulate knowledge sharing and consolidate our corporate culture”. It recently changed the footprint of its logistics and commercial operations in Germany while, in France, the headquarters and facilities of Inapa Packaging moved to a modern location in the town of Dourdan last November.
“We believe that the modernisation and adaptation of our spaces, logistics model and teams represent fundamental pillars in achieving our objectives and consolidating Inapa’s position in the market,” said CEO Frederico Lupi.