POLYPRINT R3

    YOUR PARTNER TOWARDS A MORE SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

    PLASTIC PACKAGING IS A LIGHT AND COST-EFFICIENT PACKAGING – PERFECT FOR PROTECTING AND PRESERVING FOOD
    IN ORDER TO AVOID FOOD WASTE AND LIMIT THE CO2 EMISSION.
    WE ARE IN AN ONGOING AND CLOSE DIALOGUE WITH OUR CUSTOMERS ABOUT THE POSSIBILITIES FOR RECYCLING,
    REUSING AND REDUCING THEIR PACKAGING.
    OUR SUSTAINABILITY MANAGER IS A MEMBER OF THE DANISH ADVISORY BOARD FOR FUTURE SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY.

    DOWNSIZING

    OPTIMIZING THE FORMAT AND THEREBY REDUCING THE SIZE OF THE PACKAGING WITHOUT CHANGING THE FILLING QUANTITY.

    DOWNGAUGING

    REDUCING THE THICKNESS OF THE FILM BY FINDING THE SUITABLE FOIL QUALITIES AND THEREBY OBTAINING THE SAME PROTECTION PROPERTIES WITH LESS MATERIAL.

    MINIMIZING FOOD WASTE

    USING INNOVATIVE FILMS AND GIVING YOU THE POSSIBILITY TO AVOID THE METAL-LAYERS, BUT STILL OBTAINING THE HIGH BARRIER AND ANTISTATIC PROPERTIES.

    CIRCULAR ECONOMY

    WORKING TOWARDS A MORE CIRCULAR MIND-SET BY PREPARING FOILSOLUTIONS FOR RECYCLING, SO THEY ARE PREPARED FOR THE FUTURE WASTE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS.

    METAL-FREE OPTIONS

    WE ARE IN CLOSE DIALOGUE AND CO-OPERATION WITH THE LARGEST RETAILERS IN EUROPE IN ORDER TO FIND THE BEST SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING SOLUTIONS.

    EU PACKAGING STRATEGY

    PROMOTING THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY BY INCREASING RECYCLING AND STRENGTHENING THE INDUSTRIES USING RECYCLABLE TECHNOLOGY.
    WE COMMIT TO THE EU DIRECTIVE FOR PACKAGING WASTE, STATING THAT 50% OF ALL PLASTIC PACKAGING SHOULD BE RECYCLED BY 2030.

    BIO-BASED PACKAGING

    WORKING WITH BIO-BASED PACKAGING SOLUTIONS COMING FROM NATURAL RESOURCES SUCH AS CELLULOSE AND SUGAR CANES YOU WILL BE ABLE TO REDUCE THE USE OF FOSSIL FUELS.

    FOSSIL FREE

    BY USING NATURAL GROWING RESOURCES YOU OBTAIAN A PROVEN, POSITIVE EFFECT ON THE CO2 EMISSION, AS PLANTS ARE ABSORBING CO2 DURING GROWTH.

    CO2 REDUCTION

    IN ORDER TO SAVE THE WORLD´S RESOURCES WE ARE ALSO LOOKING FOR SOLUTIONS CONTAINING RECYCLED MATERIAL AND STILL FULFILLING THE LEGAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FOODSTUFF.