Production of Packnatur® in Styria, Austria

VPZ Verpackungszentrum GmbH opens new factory in Neudau, Styria (Austria), to produce its beechwood based Packnatur® tube nettings, which does not only create new jobs but also opens new perspectives in the textile industry.

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Viva España! Viva Packnatur®!

The majority of fruits, citrus fruit and vegetables sold in European supermarket chains is grown and packed in Spain. Thanks to Tecny Media more of these will be packed in Packnatur® cellulose tube netting from VPZ Verpackungszentrum in the future.

Tecny Media in Murcia is our partner with a strong network of fruit and vegetable packers all over Spain and with a high competence when it comes to sustainable packaging solutions. Tecny Media ...

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Yes we can, Canada!

Bourassa Alimentation LTÉE has been supplying the region of Quebec with fresh products, fruit and vegetables for over 60 years. CEO Marc Bourassa started in January 2020 to pack his fruit and vegetables in our Packnatur® net tubes. Customers had been urging him more and more to stop using plastic for this purpose.

The feedback was overwhelmingly positive. With a Facebook post he reached more than 70.000 people in the first 24 hours and a TV station asked him for an interview about the introduction of this ...

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Packnatur® goes Down Under!

Because of our new sales partner Jenkins Freshpac Systems New Zealand our Packnatur® cellulose net tubes made of LENZING™ Modal beechwood cellulose are now also available in supermarkets on the other side of the planet - in New Zealand.

Additionally they were put in the spotlight in November 2019 at the Canberra Design Festival at the community art exhibition „Unpacking the Future“ by ACT NoWaste. Jenkins Freshpac Systems is ...

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Very british - Packing with environmental consciousness

Packnatur® netting successfully brought to the UK market by Wholegood

Wholegood stands for entrepreneurial success offering selected quality in the organic fruits and vegetables sector. Most products are obtained from small independent growers in the UK and the EU. ...

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