ITC Packaging's history has always been driven by innovation.
Created as a supplementary company to serve the toy industry, ITC has evolved thanks to our commitment towards reinventing ourselves and the discovery of new market niches that have represented most of the success achieved by our company.
Carlos Valls Ibanez funded Minison, the only Spanish manufacturers of sound chip modules.
1989 saw the incorporation of Artipal, the seed that would later become ITC Packaging, following the creation of the first ice cream figure cup container: Curro.
Foundation of Industrias Tecnicas del Cable, a company manufacturing extruded cable for the toy and food industries.
Development of the first ice cream figure cup containers for Nestlé. These would be followed by countless others.
We launched the first batch of PP injection moulded packaging for promotional packs.
ITC Packaging took part in the creation of Advanced PET and the launch of the first batch of PET containers.
Pioneers in the implementation of the IML technology, placing ITC as leaders within our industry.
ITC and Nestlé launched the first pop up container with IML decoration in the market. One of the most prominent technical and marketing advances for ITC.
Our strong commitment towards R&D allowed us to develop functional packaging such as the high oxygen barrier option.
We acquired the Sopelana (Vizcaya) plant, thus increasing and strengthening our position as exporters to the EU.
In 2018, we expended and refurbished our production facilities and headquarters at Ibi.
2020 saw the creation of ITC Crea, our innovation centre focusing in the creation and development of new, sustainable concepts and solutions.