Eleonora Terenzi, TGroup's Head of Image and Communication, tells us why she chose green packaging cushionPaper & # x2122; accompanying the new Skylight product line.
FiammettaV is attentive to the sustainability of production and to the protection of the environment. For this reason it has decided to pack its precious marble products with cushionPaper™
Duroc chooses cushionPaper™ as the only packaging material for its precious gin bottles, an eco-sustainable choice.
Lavec, a Sondrio-based company and manufacturer of natural pots and accessories using soapstone, has chosen cushionPaper to protect its products and guarantee safe shipping.
Semantic is the first Italian independent distributor of guaranteed new and refurbished ICT material, from today it uses cushionPaper to pack and protect the products that need to be shipped.
Azienda Agricola Reggiana eliminates plastic and makes packaging eco-sustainable thanks to cushionPaper
Azienda Agricola Reggiana, realtà emiliana fondata nel 1988 e vincitrice di 6 medaglie d'oro al recente Concorso Nazionale dei Vini di Pramaggiore, ha scelto i prodotti per imballaggio della linea cushionPaper™ di Grifal per custodire, movimentare e spedire in sicurezza le sue bottiglie di pregiato vino.
cushionPaper™ is a paper-based packaging, FSC and PEFC certified, which is the best alternative to plastics such as polystyrene, bubble film, air cushions, foams and polyurethane foam.
Thanks to the filling packaging it is possible to fill the empty spaces that are created between a product and the internal walls of a box it contains, usually in view of transport.
cushionPaper™, an innovative product that presents itself as the best paper alternative to plastic: its entire completely eco-sustainable supply chain makes it an environmentally friendly product capable of satisfying all packaging needs. Let's see together the production, use and disposal of this product.
The EU's interest in the circular economy has also affected the world of packaging: with the 2018 directive, the Commission established that by 2025 each Member State will have to recycle at least 65% (which increases to 70% by 2030 ) of its packaging waste.