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Energofish: Our European partnership delivers the best tackle boxes


Manufacturing in Europe boosts the region’s economy, creates jobs and supports sustainability, says Hungarian tackle supplier Energofish by way of explaining its longstanding partnership with a plastics specialist in Italy.

But there is more. The connection with Nouvelle Plastique, located in the picturesque landscapes of Vittorio Veneto, has also sparked an explosion of creativity that has sustained itself across two decades, says Energofish CEO Istvan Pal.  

Nouvelle Plastique is best known for supplying the DIY industry with black-red utility boxes. But after signing an exclusive partnership with Energofish 20 yeas ago, it has consistently delivered an ever-evolving range of tackle boxes in a distinctive palette of green-beige colours.

Says Pal: “This signing of our partnership heralded a new era for both companies, sparking a flurry of creativity and ingenuity in the development of tackle boxes tailored explicitly for anglers.

“Energofish’s profound understanding of the fishing tackle market coupled with Nouvelle Plastique’s expertise in plastic molding birthed a diverse range of products that redefine functionality and style on the water.

“From compact tackle trays to spacious tackle stations, every product is engineered with the specific needs of anglers in mind. Multiple compartments, adjustable dividers and secure closures ensure that fishing gear remains organised, accessible and protected during expeditions.”

Pal says Energofish will continue presenting its uniqe range of tackle boxes at tackle trade shows, as it has done over 20 years. The company will be warmly welcoming customer to its booth at Angling International LIVE in Budapest in September, and those in Europe can expect the swiftest of service.

“Local production reduces the environmental impact compared to importing from distant regions like China,” reminds Pal. “And quick delivery from stocks stored in Hungary means we respond to market demands faster. By prioritising local production each of us is contributing to a more resilient and sustainable future for all.”

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