Our Global Impact

The global packaging industry has both positive and negative impacts on the environment. While packaging is essential for protecting and preserving products, it generates waste and contributes to environmental concerns. However, We can make a difference with intelligent design, data-driven research, and a collective responsibility to drive change.
Positive Aspects:
1. Product Protection: Packaging is crucial in protecting products from damage, spoilage, and contamination during transportation and storage. This helps reduce food waste and ensures the quality and safety of goods.
2. Convenience: Packaging provides convenience for consumers by allowing easy handling, storage, and transportation of products. It also facilitates portion control and extends the shelf life of various items.
3. Information and Marketing: Packaging serves as a means to convey important information about products, including ingredients, nutritional facts, and usage instructions. It also plays a significant role in marketing and branding.

Efforts are being made to address the negative impacts of packaging through sustainable practices and innovations. This includes developing eco-friendly packaging materials, recycling initiatives, and promoting circular economy principles. Many companies and industries are adopting more sustainable packaging practices to reduce their environmental footprint. Additionally, consumers increasingly seek products with minimal and eco-friendly packaging, driving positive changes in the industry.

Reduce plastic waste


It's important to consider the life cycle, environmental impact, and end-of-life disposal options when evaluating alternative packaging materials. Sustainable packaging solutions aim to balance the functional requirements of packaging with reduced environmental impact. As technology and innovation progress, more environmentally friendly alternatives to traditional plastics are likely to emerge.


Reduce plastic waste

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.


Primary Materials

We can help guide you on the best materials for your primary packaging. Whether you have a skincare product, a new fragrance, sunscreen or even supplements, there are alternative material options we can provide you to best suite your needs.

1. Biodegradable Plastics: These plastics can break down into natural substances, such as water and carbon dioxide, under specific conditions. However, it's important to note that the term "biodegradable" can be broad, and the effectiveness depends on factors like the environment and disposal methods.

2. Compostable Plastics: Compostable plastics are designed to break down in industrial composting facilities, turning into compost without leaving harmful residues. They often require specific conditions for degradation and might not break down in regular landfills.

3. Bio-based Plastics: These plastics are derived from renewable resources such as plant-based materials (e.g., corn, sugarcane, potato starch) rather than fossil fuels. Bio-based plastics can have a lower carbon footprint compared to traditional plastics.

4. Edible Packaging: Some innovative solutions involve creating edible and safe packaging for human consumption. These materials, often derived from natural ingredients, aim to eliminate packaging waste.

5. Paper and Cardboard: Traditional paper and cardboard are renewable and biodegradable alternatives to plastic. They are widely used in packaging and can be recycled multiple times.

6. Reusable Containers: Encouraging reusable containers, such as stainless steel or glass containers, can help reduce single-use packaging waste. This approach promotes a circular economy by emphasizing reuse over disposal.

7. Plant-Based Packaging Films: Films made from plant-based materials, such as cellulose or starch, can be used as alternatives to plastic films. These materials are often biodegradable and can be derived from renewable sources.

8. Water-Soluble Packaging: Water-soluble packaging is designed to dissolve in water, leaving no waste behind. These materials are often used for single-use items like laundry detergent pods.



Retail Compliant

We work with all major retailers and packaging groups to better understand their goals and to help build a shared body of knowledge for improved sustainable performance.



Printing & Finishes

Being sustainable doesn't mean you have to compromise your printed artwork. We'll help you find ways of maintaining your brand image using bio-degradable alternatives.
Biodegradable Laminates
Biodegradable Foils
Embossing & Debossing
Organic Soy Based Inks



Shipping & Logistics

Efficient palletization, shipping methods, and materials can all help reduce your carbon footprint.
Shipping Options
Reduce Weight
Reduce Carton Size
Reduce Damage
Reduce Damage
Improved Pack Out