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Highly committed to caring for the environment: Celplast

Founded in Vigonza, near Padua, in 1981 as a small workshop for the production of packaging, Celplast has been known for its strong innovative spirit and is recognised as one of the pioneers in the plastic egg packaging market

The company uses certified post-consumer and industrial materials for production, which is processed directly in their factory. (Image source: Celplast)The company uses certified post-consumer and industrial materials for production, which is processed directly in their factory. (Image source: Celplast)

The company has been producing egg packaging containers for over 35 years, while keeping in mind the innovation of production technologies specific to the sector, in order to offer increasingly high-performance and certified products.

Environmental sustainability has been a fixed point for Celplast from the beginning of their production and it believes that every company has the duty to try reducing its impact on the environment as much as possible, both in terms of its production system and use of recycled and recyclable raw materials.

The company uses certified post-consumer and industrial materials for production, which is processed directly in their factory. Continuous innovation and research has enabled the company in reducing the use of raw materials for making their egg cups, by at least 15%, without affecting the quality.Celplast produces packaging that offers more space for communications, due to a larger label area. (Image source: Celplast)

Their constant investments in research and development are aimed at verifying how new technologies can help them make their products and production system less impactful, to optimise processes and drastically reduce waste. Due to this constant commitment, today, Celplast says that their products are 100% recyclable.

They have long been committed to reducing the volume of packaging, and are able to load up to 30% more product on each pallet. This is to the benefit of the environmental impact of their shipments, which guarantee a significant reduction in the pollution produced by their transports.

With intensive research and development, Celplast has been able to produce packaging that complies with food safety regulations and pays utmost attention to environmental protection. This strategy has led the company to serve one-third of the domestic market, with the current production of more than 15 standard egg carton models, allowing them to cover all the demands of the sector internationally.

Once the rolls of semi-finished products are ready, the company transfers them to the various thermoforming machines which, depending on the model, deliver the finished product.

Celplast has been able to produce packaging that complies with food safety regulations. (Image source: Celplast)All products can be customised either by labelling or by direct 5-colour printing. Celplast produces packaging that offers more space for communications, due to a larger label area. In this way, they are able to dispense with the lithographed cardboard sleeve and produce less waste, which is of exclusive benefit to the environment.

www.celplast.it


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