Discover our range of packaging designed with the idea of a closed loop economy in mind. Our regrind, PCR (Post-Consumer Recycled) and PIR (Post-Industry Recycled) packaging is becoming increasingly popular throughout Europe. Our range of packaging is designed for manufacturers who are committed to sustainable production and want to help reduce their negative environmental impact, while still providing a high quality product that meets all industry standards and requirements.

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Our environmentally friendly packaging is created according to the concept of a closed loop economy, which means that as a manufacturer we use materials derived from recycled resources.

One of our solutions is eco packaging made from regranulate, which is made from recycled plastic. The regranulation process involves reprocessing plastic waste to produce high quality granules that can be used to make new packaging. This helps reduce the use of primary raw materials and the amount of plastic waste that ends up in landfills or the natural environment.

We offer eco packaging with PCR (Post-Consumer Recycled) content, which is made from plastic derived from the recycling of consumer waste, and PIR (Post-Industry Recycled) content, which is derived from the recycling of post-industrial waste. The plastic used in the production of eco packaging is carefully sorted, recycled and transformed into new packaging. This allows us to recover valuable materials and minimise the negative impact on the environment.

More and more consumers around the world are looking for eco-friendly solutions when it comes to packaging. We are aware of this demand and are constantly adapting our production to offer innovative eco packaging that is environmentally friendly.

By using our packaging made from regranulate, PCR and PIR, manufacturers can not only meet market expectations, but also engage in environmental protection efforts. By choosing our eco-friendly packaging, they are helping to close the loop on resources, reduce waste and minimise the use of primary materials. In doing so, they co-create more sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions that will have a positive impact on the future.