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Greiner Packaging International GmbH

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Greiner Packaging International GmbH
Greinerstraße 70
Kremsmünster
4550
Austria


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  +43 50541 84212


ACTIVE MATERIALS

Bio-Based; Biodegradable; Compostable; Design & Branding; Paper & Paperboard; Rigid Plastics


ACTIVE CATEGORIES

baby & toddlers; beauty; cereals; confectionery; dairy; desserts & ice cream; fruit & vegetables; household; meat, fish & eggs; personal care; pet food; pharmaceuticals; ready meals & side dishes; sauces & seasonings; snacks; soup; spreads


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Greiner Packaging has been developing and producing rigid plastic packaging for more than 60 years now, using the vast array of production, decoration, and barrier technologies at its disposal. The company’s packaging products are used in a multitude of food and non-food markets. Aiming to help deliver a circular economy, the packaging specialists are constantly expanding their range of sustainable packaging solutions. 

Greiner Packaging consists of two business units: Packaging and Assistec. While Packaging focuses on producing packaging products, Assistec produces technical parts and complete assemblies made of plastic. Greiner Packaging is a subsidiary of Greiner AG, a global group of companies that includes three other divisions: Greiner Bio One, Neveon and Greiner Extrusion. Greiner Packaging employs a workforce of 5,000-plus at more than 30 locations in 19 countries around the world.

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Whether cups or bottles, printed or with a sleeve, with or without a barrier effect – the world of plastic packaging is a varied one. Greiner Packaging combines this diversity with expert advice. This way, every product benefits from a packaging solution that meets its individual requirements.Click to Enlarge



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PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

FrieslandCampina packaging director: Glass to plastic bottle transition “may feel wrong” but reduces CO2

12 Oct 2021 --- FrieslandCampina is replacing single-use glass bottles with recycled PET (rPET) bottles for its Friesche Vlag coffee creamers. “Replacing single-use glass, a material we... Read More

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Greiner Packaging arms Symington’s Asian flavors brand with recyclable cardboard-plastic cup

11 Oct 2021 --- Greiner Packaging has secured its first UK customer for its recently improved tear-tab cardboard-plastic cup with Symington’s pot noodle and rice brand Naked. The K3 r100 cup... Read More

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Successful separation: Greiner lights up FachPack 2021 with cardboard-plastic cup recyclability innovation

30 Sep 2021 --- Greiner Packaging is showcasing its new self-separating cup innovation today at FachPack 2021. The K3 r100 cup is a cardboard-plastic combination delivering enhanced recyclability... Read More

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Sainsbury’s labels own brand aluminum coffee pods as recyclable with OPRL logos

13 Sep 2021 --- Sainsbury’s has become the first UK retailer to label its own brand aluminum coffee pods as recyclable. The supermarket stresses that despite popular misconceptions and... Read More

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Starlinger Viscotec, Greiner and PET-MAN establish rPET milk model for Austrian schools

01 Sep 2021 --- Austrian packaging companies Starlinger Viscotec, Greiner Packaging and PET-MAN have joined forces to develop milk cups for kindergarteners and school children made entirely from... Read More




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Greiner Packaging: First virtual trade show explores environmental sustainability and innovation

25 May 2021 --- Ahead of Greiner Packaging’s Innovation Days (June 9-10), PackagingInsights sits down with Jörg Sabo, global marketing and innovation director, who provides a preview of the virtual event’s key themes, including environmental sustainability and innovation. Sabo also discusses the drive to establish a circular economy for plastics, carbon reduction, anti-plastic sentiment and COVID-19 industry impacts.




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