NORWAY • Thomas Körmendi is currently CEO at Kezzler AS, a Norwegian company working with the digitalization of packaging. Earlier in his career Thomas worked about twenty years at Tetra Pak in various international positions. His latest position in Tetra Pak was as Vice President and head of North Europe with 1200 employees and four…
Thomas Körmendi will join Elopak in April as the company's new CEO and President (Source, Elopak)
INDIA – The Indian army unit Counter Insurgency Force (CIF) Kilo has collaborated with packaging and processing solutions company Tetra Pak India to undertake an environment project to recycle used cartons.
SWITZERLAND • Continuing a long history of environmental responsibility, back in 2012 Tetra Pak challenged itself to develop sustainable products, use 100% FSC-certified paperboard, produce a 100% renewable package, achieve a 40% global recycling rate and cap the company’s climate impact across the value chain at 2010 levels by 2020.
The new version of the Tetra Brik Aseptic 1000 Edge with a bio-based LightCap 30 is another major step towards those sustainability goals.
USA • The liquid-packaging converter achieved the production of the first fully renewable gabletop-carton package for the US market. Tetra Pak Gable Top Bio-based packages are made solely from renewable materials, defined as natural resources that can be replenished over time. The new cartons are developed from a combination of paperboard and sugar cane-derived plastics.
Tetra Pak achieved the production of the first fully renewable gabletop-carton package for the US market