Working Towards a More Sustainable World

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Marketing Efforts

Consumer-oriented, Customer Value, Innovation, Sense-of-mission, and Societal Marketing all are factors in promoting your solutions.

Adhering to Regulating Governments

Staying ahead of regulatory policy by implementing client-oriented solutions now.

Sustainable Economics

Practices that support long-term economic growth without negatively impacting social, environmental, and cultural aspects of the community.


Benefits are improved health and lower operating costs, which are linked to improved energy performance.

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Analyzing Better Packaging Solutions

We have the world’s most sustainable packaging solutions that take into consideration the complete lifecycle impact of a product from raw material sourcing, right through to end-of-life disposal.

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  • Alternative Inks
  • Certified wood
  • Volume reduction
  • Biodegradable



  • Natural Kraft Board
  • Reinforced Kraft Paper
  • Cover Paper
  • Chipboard



  • Lithography
  • Letterpress
  • Flexography
  • Digital

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Frequently asked questions

There is no single established definition for “sustainability”. Sustainability is different from the environmental movement in that it recognizes the need for a healthy economy.

Optimizing the economic, social and environmental needs of a business in a way that meets the company’s immediate needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs.

Sustainability helps us understand the interdependencies between the economic social and environmental demands faced by every business in a way that allows us to make better decisions for our employees today and in the future.

Sustainability is no longer a fringe issues. The fastest growing segment of the energy sector is wind power, in the travel industry, its eco-tourism; in the investment community, it’s socially responsible investments; in agriculture, it’s organic farming.

However it is defined, it is becoming clear that sustainability has a tangible bottom line impact on today’s businesses and sustainability initiatives constantly reveal new sources of competitive advantage to their champions. More and more these initiatives are having a defining impact on how businesses think, act, manage and compete.

Top five reasons for making sustainability a strategic objective:

  1. Sustainability affects all aspects of a company’s operations, from development, manufacturing, sales, support and culture.
  2. Sustainability creates value over the short and long term.
  3. Stakeholders want to engage with companies that have sustainability initiatives.
  4. Solutions to the challenges of sustainability are interdisciplinary.
  5. Sustainable environments are more efficient, safer and produce cost savings over the long-term.
  • Differentiate your company.
  • Sidestep future regulation.
  • Attract and retain the best employees.
  • Improve your image with shareholders and the public.
  • Reduce legal risk and insurance costs.
  • Provide a higher quality of life for communities and employees. 
  • Liability for pollutants.
  • Supply chain inefficiencies.
  • Legal problems.
  • Damaged brand image/poor public perception.
  • Unattainable to certain markets.
  • Higher operational costs. 

Defining Sustainability Properties

Wide geographic coverage of factories reduces freight emissions and costs of transit.
Reduces the amount of space necessary for transit and storage.
Breaks down into elements found in nature when exposed to light, air, and moisture.
Contains paper pulp that came from responsibly-managed forests.

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