Paper is a versatile, environmentally sound solution for a broad range of packaging.
We source the finest quality Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified paper as part of our commitment to sustainable solutions. Made from a renewable resource, paper continues to store carbon throughout its lifetime.
Paper bags are reusable, recyclable and compostable and can be made very strong and durable. Available in a range of GSM weights, they are easily and economically branded through applications such as print, stamping and stickering.
Cardboard is a sustainable, economic material with a broad scope of uses. Valued for its strength, it can also protect against moisture. We specify FSC-certified cardboard that’s made from up to 80% recycled materials.
Petroleum-based ink can have a profoundly damaging effect on the environment, especially when decomposing as it can leach into soil and waterways. We choose to work with printers who use soy- and water-based inks, an eco-friendly and effective alternative. Soybeans are a renewable resource and their inks produce accurate, vivid and vibrant results.
Cotton provides a strong, durable option for bags. We have a range of cotton fabrics to choose from, including organic-certified options, all of which can be dyed in soy-based inks to match Pantone colors. These substrates come in varying GSM weights to suit a range of purposes.
Polypropylene non-woven fabric is a perfect cost-effective substrate for constructing reusable carry bags. It is dimensionally stable, extremely durable, soft in feel, attractive in its appearance. The fabric is breathable, non-allergenic, non-toxic, water repellent. If the bag happens to be disposed of incorrectly, in the open environment, undisturbed with a concentration of UV light penetrating the fabric, exposed to weather conditions, the fabric will degrade, rot down gradually.
We offer a wide variety of bespoke die-cut paper, cotton, silk and grosgrain options to suit different product needs and outcomes.
We access an extensive range of innovative materials. The industry has traditionally used materials such as foils, silicon mesh and PVC, but we continue to innovate with plant-based products for more sustainable options.