What is sustainability
The 1987 Brundtland Report published by United Nations through Oxford University Press, defined the definition of Sustainable development as “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” We often see the word “sustainability” mentioned in the market nowadays; we believe it should be advanced by transforming the concept into action.
What we do
As a forward thinking packaging manufacturer, we embrace two criteria for sustainable development. One is producing valuable packaging which people will use the packing without throwing away. The other one is producing packaging using sustainable materials which are recyclable, from PCR materials, biodegradable, and/or from FSC sources, etc. We are creative and experienced in both aspects to assist and realize your imagination.
FSCTM chain of custody certification provides credible assurance for products with environmentally and socially responsible sources to access the market. We have incorporated FSC (COC) in our Hong Kong and China supply chain, including our Hong Kong office and Dongguan factory.