(NSW) Site Visit - O-I Sydney

Start Date: May 9, 2019
End Date: May 9, 2018

Start Time: 9:45 am
End Time: 11:00 am




O-I Sydney has been manufacturing glass containers in Penrith since 1971. Every day, around 4,000,000 beer, wine, spirit and soft drink bottles and food jars roll off the Penrith production lines.

The O-I Sydney plant has a long history of manufacturing glass containers from recycled glass containers.

Glass containers manufactured at the O-I Sydney site are stored in a purpose-built warehouse. From there, containers are sent away to breweries, wineries and other beverage and food suppliers.

Today the plant supplies all major users of glass containers in NSW and a number of major customers in both Victoria and Queensland.  Two furnaces and six machine lines produce Beer, Food and spirit containers in a variety of colours including – Flint, Amber, Emerald Green, French Green and Antique Green.The plant is the largest glass container manufacturing plant in Australia.   The output exceeds 3.7 million units per day, 23 million units per week, or 1.37 billion per year.



9.45 am arrival for 10.00 am start

This site visit will take approximately one hour.

Please meet at reception.



AIP Members FREE

Non-Members $33 inc GST



In order to take part in a site tour PPE requirements include pants and long sleeve shirts as well as safety shoes/boots.



Please follow the traffic signals.



Emmanuel Villalobos

M: 0426 391 673




*CPE points are used to maintain your Certified Packaging Professional (CPP) credential.





Download Flyer (PDF) or register on-line below



NB: STRICTLY NO COMPETITORS ALLOWED ON SITE. Your details will be passed on to the site for final approval. Once approval has been given by the site you will be sent an email to confirm your place on the visit. A tax invoice will also be emailed to non-members at this time.

O-I Sydney

170 Andrews Road
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