Thanks to our continuous investment in our research and development centre, we have become one of the leaders in change and innovation in the packaging industry. We are proud that the solutions we develop not only increase the efficiency of our work, but, above all, improve the competitiveness of our customers and reduce pollution.

Get to know the latest technologies we are currently working on:

Packaging made of biopolymers

Packaging made of biopolymers

We have a modern machine park, which enables the seamless production of packaging made of polylactide (PLA). PLA is a material obtained from renewable sources, thanks to which the packaging made from it is compostable, which translates into its zero ecological footprint.

Light packaging made of foamed materials

Light packaging made of foamed materials

We conduct research on the development of such foamed material structures that will allow the production of packaging with reduced weight and competitive prices in comparison to currently available solutions.

Technology that minimizes waste and material consumption

Technology that minimizes waste and material consumption

Thanks to the two-track activities aimed at minimizing waste and material consumption, recycled materials used during production are subjected to the process of decontamination - so that they could be be safely and responsibly used for the production of our packaging.

Already at the packaging design stage, we strive to make our products 100% recyclable. In the production process, however, we use recyclates from both our own production and external sources. This way, we minimize the negative impact of our production activities on the natural environment. We also attach great importance to the quality of packaging, especially in terms of food safety. That is why we have invested in a SSP (Solid State Polycondensation) tower. We are currently in the process of obtaining its certification from EFSA (European Food Safety Authority ).

Packaging resistant to high temperatures

Packaging resistant to high temperatures

We are developing a special line of packaging made of CPET foil, which will stand out with its resistance to temperatures of about 200 Centigrade, which will allow, among other things, for heating ready-made meals in both microwave and conventional ovens.