Plant-a-tree-day at CC Pack provides more renewable packagings

On the 14th of September, AR Packaging and Stora Enso arranged a “Plant-a-tree-day” – an event in the signs of nature and environment where the purpose was so contribute to a more responsible consumption of natural resources. 20 specially invited brand owners were gathered on Wednesday to start the project of plating a total of 6000 birch trees in what will become the tray forest – a 3 hectare area near the CC Pack plant in Tibro. During the event, AR Packaging, CC Pack and Stora Enso presented their businesses and highlighted how trees contribute to the natural environment and explained why fibre-based and recyclable packaging is the environmentally best way to go. The initiators to the event was the CEO of CC Pack, Christoffer Olbrich, and the plant manager Andreas Carlsson. “The environmental perspective is what drives our innovation and development. Regardless of whether it is about our products or processes, we always strive to make more of less. To plant trees on our land is yet another example of what we do to become a carbon neutral business” said Christoffer Olbrich. Representatives from a number of leading brand owners from the food industry in the Nordics, France and Tibro was on site to plant trees and learn about recyclable packaging.

CC Pack currently has 40 employees and 60 percent of the production of molded trays are exported to 17 countries. A vast majority of its customers are large, well-known brands such as Dafgård, Scan, McDonald’s, Kronfågel and Findus.

For the Swedish press release, click the link below:

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