Turn Key Projects

Interpak is your partner in full turn key projects.  From single machines to greenfield facilities, Interpak has the resources to make your project a success.

At Interpak our project management is broken into five different categories: initiation, planning, execution, controlling and closing. We utilize programs like MS Project to help manage various projects, with each project having unique requirements.

Our project managers run every aspect of a project, from scheduling to new innovations, to helping a project reach its completion date on time. They know how to run a project by implementing cost effective measures, saving the company money and allowing the company to pass the savings on to the customer.

Our project managers develop a strategy that allows them to organize and lead employees, meet deadlines and see a project through to its conclusion. They are expected to deal with any problems that arise during the course of a project, leaving the customer to deal with other aspects of the business.

In packaging, a turnkey project is generally produced by a team of contractors and project leaders who have experience with the type of project that is being produced. These contractors will do everything needed for the project. A project idea is often handed over to them and they are expected to produce the project up to the standards set by the company they are contracted with. They will be able to do everything from the design of the project to the minor details. This project is then handed over to the project manager, who functions as the single point of contact.

Turnkey means that the customer will only have to turn a key to have the project up and running. Although not every project has a literal key, it is figurative. The client will only have to do very minimal work. They can expect a turnkey project to be returned to them and fully operable when they are ready.

Interpak project managers create a detailed work plan that identifies and sequences activities to be completed. We defines the scope and objectives of the project in collaboration with the senior management. A project manager also determines the resources required to complete the project and ensures all the resources are allocated effectively.

In consultation with the customer, our project manager manages the project staff according to the organizational policies and practices and ensures all project personnel understand the scope and objectives of the project.

The project manager implements the project according to the plan. He monitors the progress of the project, makes any necessary adjustments and reviews the quality of the completed work on a regular basis. The project manager informs the stakeholders and other appropriate staff in the organization on the progress of the project. He also ensures the project is completed on time, within the budget and at the required quality level.