Performance powered by nature
Nature provides amazing organic packaging solutions that offer great benefits. Inspired by nature’s accomplishments, the sack kraft paper and paper sack industries keep creating their own high-performance packaging solutions – based on natural fibres and designed to meet our customers’ needs.
Whether those needs relate to moisture protection, safety and ease of use, material efficiency or a long shelf life, we offer innovative, market-oriented solutions that are good for business and good for the Environment:
- The main raw material used in our paper sacks is sack kraft paper produced from 100% virgin fibre and sourced from sustainably managed forests in Europe.
- In everything we do, we rely on a wealth of experience and expertise.
- This helps us to strike the perfect balance between performance, efficiency and sustainable development.
- Paper sacks are the right choice for producers and fillers of dry bulk goods: they offer good value for money as packaging solutions and provide effective product protection along the entire supply chain without compromising the quality of life of future generations.
In a world of rapid change, sustainable growth means functioning perfectly in the current environment without compromising the quality of life of future generations. In the paper sack industry, we are increasingly offering tailor-made packaging solutions to meet different customer needs.
The coconut shell is one of the hardest organic materials produced by nature. Inspired by its performance, we continuously invest in the development of innovative packaging solutions that combine strong product protection with excellent environmental sustainability.
It is a known fact that storing nuts in their natural shells significantly extends their shelf life. When stored at an ideal temperature and in low humidity, shelled walnuts can keep for up to one or two years.
An egg is a great example of nature’s excellent packing skills. Although an eggshell is extremely fragile, its unusual dome-shaped end makes it a “tough nut to crack” when you squeeze its ends between the palms of your hands.
A watermelon contains about 91% water. The smooth, hard rind protects the interior flesh from outside influences and keeps it sweet and juicy. When it comes to bulk packaging solutions, the trick is not to keep the moisture in, but to keep it out.