News about Pro Carton Members

With an 18-unit Speedmaster XL 106, packaging manufacturer MPS, part of WestRock, offers designers and brand owners exceptional finishing options

The international packaging manufacturer Multi Packaging Solutions (MPS), part of WestRock, has installed the world’s first Speedmaster XL 106 with 18 units at its Scottish site in East Kilbride. MPS is responding to the high level of customer demand on the part of designers and brand owners for a wide variety of finishing options and premium quality.

Metsä Board’s white kraftliner chosen to package one of the world’s finest gins

Metsä Board's uncoated white kraftliner, MetsäBoard Natural WKL Bright, provided the ideal solution for Kyrö Distillery's gift packaging for its premium Napue Gin brand.

Finally – a plastic-free blister pack

One of the world’s most widely used forms of packaging – the blister pack – can now be made totally in paperboard. Two major benefits are reduced environmental impact and less consumer rage and self-injury.

Carton is here to stay!

Franz Rappold, Board Member at MM Board & Paper and President of CEPI Cartonboard (European Association of Cartonboard Manufacterers), and Per Lundeen, President and CEO at A&R Carton and President of ECMA (European Cartonmakers Association), both looked confidently into the future in our interview. Dynamic innovations in both the supply chain and the products, as well as superior sustainability, will continue to give carton and cartons competitive market advantages in the future. More ...

Paperboard is replacing plastic to reduce climate impact

“When our card supplier, Megacard, suggested we could make our gift cards from paperboard and thereby drastically reduce their environmental impact, it was self-evident to us to switch,” explains Anna Marcusson, product manager for gift cards at SF Bio.

Tim Cook, amministratore delegato di Apple, pianta alcuni alberi nella foresta di Iggesund, riconoscendo l’impegno del gruppo Holmen per la salvaguardia dell’ambiente

È solo visitando le foreste intorno alla cittadina di Iggesund, in Svezia, che Tim Cook, amministratore delegato di Apple, si è accorto di quanto lavoro in materia ambientale si nasconda dietro il cartoncino Invercote.​