A unique full-colour printing technology, elaborated in MIRAN, became the new industry standard. We have developed not only the technology, but also the process equipment and fittings.
An important milestone of the company development was the creation of a unique high-tech production in the Great Stone Industrial Park. There is no equivalent production in Belarus or anywhere in the CIS.
MIRAN, among several companies from Zaslavl, provided financial support to Polina Laminskaya and her coach Alexei Baranovsky for participation in the Muaythai Junior Championship in 2018. Polina took 2nd place.
MIRAN's product range was expanded to include unique designer packaging and new decoration options. The new logo reflects the creativity of designing new packaging: a bright and eye-catching colour highlights the individuality and innovative potential of MIRAN.
An innovative decoration technology based on Merck's effect pigments was developed in MIRAN.
We purchased new production facilities with an area of 2000 m2.
The company purchased a new extruder and started the commercial production of colour masterbatches. We adopted MERCK's complex special effect pigments, thus receiving more orders for colour cosmetic packaging
We launched one of the company's signature projects - the Marimba bottle. It is a contoured tottle with a pad print decoration and a membrane.
By opening new manufacturing facilities in the agricultural town of Samokhvalovichi we significantly stepped up toolmaking and casting production. This dramatically increased the production of cream jars and perfume caps.
For the first time in Belarus, locally produced plastic bottles for ketchup came into use. MIRAN cooperated with IP Pamax MKS, OOO Belfood Production and Podryadchik company to produce packaging for Pamax ketchup and mayonnaise, the most popular brand in the country at the time.
The company started to actively promote its die molds, packaging and applied machines at international trade shows like Foodpack, Intercharm, RosUpack and Autumn BAZAR.
We collaborated with Novaya Zarya to produce a perfume packaging for the world-famous healer Djuna.
1. Production of die molds for consumer goods. At the beginning, we bought and restored equipment that had been written off. This helped us to set up a die mold production line and lay the groundwork for the future tool-making facilities.
2. Consumer goods production. Children's footwear with plastic elements and electric water heaters were highly popular items.
3. Cosmetic packaging production. We cooperated with such industry leaders as "Novaya Zarya" (Moscow), "Severnoye Siyaniye" (St. Petersburg), "Svoboda" (Moscow), "Iberia" (Tbilisi), "Viorica" (Chisinau).
On September 20, 1988 MIRAN CJSC was established.