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Increase the sustainability in your supply chain by reducing waste, lowering your carbon footprint and contributing to environmental protection. All at no extra cost.
Our solutions work in a closed loop
We design and manufacture all of our packaging solutions with returnability in mind. We have developed a 'closed loop' packaging system as part of an integrated process. The life of the packaging will last as long as the production of the part.
The result of our closed loop system?
Increase in supply chain efficiency
Decrease in costs
Reduced waste and greenhouse gasses
Simply put: a strong return on investment over the lifetime of our products.
Our packaging is never wasted.
Is the product line discontinued? The packaging is not wasted! It can now be remodeled for a new or different product line and fitted into the same closed loop system. We have designed this ease of repurposing upfront.
Our modular design and standardized packaging means that the packaging is reusable across numerous product lines over its useful life.
The repurposing cycle is energy light and developed in a cost-effective way. (There is also the possibility to opt for a packaging solution from a rental pool).
Basically, after first usage the packaging becomes a high-value base material for a new product, so-called ‘upcycling’. Rather than depreciating, the package maintains its value over its life as we have the option to create the same or a similar solution.
Built from reusable materials
When it is no longer possible to re-use or refit the packaging, it can be recycled.
We manufacture our solutions with durable materials (steel, aluminium, plastics). Is it no longer possible to re-use or refit the packaging solution? No worries. It can be recycled to the same value or to other products.
This means we can convert potential waste into reusable materials that can be reinserted into our products or destined to other industries. ‘Repurposing plastics’ means using recycled plastics from other industries into our Ecopacks or into our textiles (re-use of plastic PET bottles).
Reduction in cost and waste
When our packaging is in the returnable loop, or when we are reusing or recycling a product, we are reducing our carbon footprint and as a result, waste and cost.
By increasing the standardization of our packaging designs, we reduce the complexity of the design process, and ultimately lead times. This is a classic example of where increased attention in the design phase leads to a reduction in cost and waste.
Easy to maintain, repair, replace and dismantle.
All of our products are easy to maintain, repair, replace and dismantle:
No additional tools or machinery are needed
No requirement for licensed or certified engineers.
Simple standard tools and capabilities will suffice.
This results in shorter lead times for repairs and no additional staff training, ultimately reducing your costs.