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Giving Sustainable Packaging the Green Light - Cardbox Packaging Offers Recyclability and Significant Reductions in Plastic Use with ACTGreen® Barrier Coatings

Press release from the issuing company

With the high demand for more sustainable practices in manufacturing, businesses are seeking to use more environmentally friendly and responsible packaging, to drive their plans for long-term efficiencies and carbon reduction.

A market-leader in the production of high-quality carton packaging, Cardbox Packaging of Austria supplies a large and high-profile customer base with packaging solutions for everything from diary and confectionary to pet food, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics packaging. Its values are based on high quality standards, customer satisfaction, flexibility, and innovation, which form the building blocks for its continuous growth. Established in 2011, Cardbox Packaging’s production sites in Austria, the Czech Republic, United States, and a new upcoming site in Serbia, operate with the latest, cutting-edge technology and innovations to support its goals. In addition, the investment in a technical center is currently being analyzed in order to be able to implement product developments for barrier coatings even more quickly and in a more targeted manner, detached from operational production.

Klaus Hockl, Managing Director of Cardbox Packaging, explains, “Cardbox Packaging is focused on delivering unique solutions to meet our customers’ evolving requirements for sustainable, innovative but effective packaging. To fulfil our objectives, we need to not only equip our facilities with an advanced production line, but partner with the like-minded, forward-thinking companies that produce the technology and solutions we use. Coatings specialist, ACTEGA, and Cardbox Packaging have enjoyed this partnership approach for many years, and this enables us to overcome challenges, continually reach and set new goals, and achieve great results for our customers.”

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