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2009: National Prize for exemplary packaging

2009: National Prize for exemplary packaging

2009: National Prize for exemplary packaging

Container-compatible packaging for engines

Our prize-winning packaging is characterised by a lower packaging weight, simple separable material components, cost-optimised combinations of wood and corrugated cardboard as well as easy handling. The further development of smaller engine packaging improves container utilisation by 13% and thus makes it possible to load a 20’’ with 108 instead of 96 engines. The special interior set-up, consisting of milled plywood components, means that the engines need not be fixed inside the packaging. The high stackability (5 times), which results from the combination of triple wall corrugated heavy cardboard and reinforcement with wood battens in the corners, optimises storage options.


2008: Nominated for the National Prize

2008: Nominated for the National Prize

2008: Nominated for the National Prize

Multiple-use storage and transport container made from a combination of wood/corrugated cardboard

Packaging made of a well thought-out mixture of materials, high cost and weight savings, varied options for use: from pure transport to storage containers, e.g. for self storage.


2005: Nominated for the National Prize

2005: Nominated for the National Prize

2005: Nominated for the National Prize

Transport frame for lorry axles

This new development of container-compatible export packaging for lorry axles for many different types of front and rear axles can be stacked many times and accessed from all four sides. The packaging unit was designed in such a way as to allow quick filling in the container without additional filling materials for width. This special design increases container utilisation by 50% compared to previous packaging solutions.


2004: Exemplary packaging solution

2004: Exemplary packaging solution

2004: Exemplary packaging solution

Seaworthy multiple-use packaging for underground train carriages

This transport packaging for train and overseas transport (Vienna - Boston, USA), which was designed as multiple-use packaging, is made up of a special wooden construction and a three-part tarp shaped like a hood. Tested levers, which are fixed to the carriage’s floor during transport, not only guarantee best-possible transport safety and statically balanced bearing areas, but also easy and safe handling. The hood is equipped with airing flaps for pressure equalisation and an opening flap for customs checks. The packaging solutions above all offers economic benefits compared to a box construction.


2001: National Prize for exemplary packaging

2001: National Prize for exemplary packaging

2001: National Prize for exemplary packaging

Hazardous goods packaging for infectious substances

Innovative, economic solution, thanks to an optimal combination of interior and exterior packaging. This packaging for Class 6.2 goods boasts a re-usability option, safety and a good price. Transparent PET blanks as interior packaging allow the hazardous goods to be monitored and constitute an extremely economic solution with regard to the materials used and the size of item.


2000: Nominated for the National Prize

2000: Nominated for the National Prize

2000: Nominated for the National Prize

Filling materials - manufacturing device

The simple and practical solution without spending on maintenance and energy. The device, which automatically creates the right amount of affordable filling materials by offering two entwined paper strips for simple manual tearing, takes up little space and causes no operating costs.


1999: National Prize for exemplary packaging

1999: National Prize for exemplary packaging

1999: National Prize for exemplary packaging

Packaging for engines

Ideal packaging for the export of engines, for container transport and for transport by air or trains. Engines are affixed without screws. In addition to optimal use of space - 50% better container utilisation -, the multiple-use packaging offers protection against theft, damage and moisture.


1998: Nominated for the National Prize

1998: Nominated for the National Prize

1998: Nominated for the National Prize

Packaging for gear units

The optimal and affordable construction to export gear units, offering best-possible protection. The packaging, which consists of a wooden pallet and a case made from corrugated heavy cardboard with an internal fitting and a new type of cutting mould, offers protection without screws.


1997: Nominated for the National Prize

1997: Nominated for the National Prize

1997: Nominated for the National Prize

Air cushion packaging

Individual packaging for all kinds of high-value, impact-sensitive small items. A varied application area combined with high goods protection makes this product an all-round talent for quick and safe packaging.


1990: Recognition for exemplary packaging

1990: Recognition for exemplary packaging

1990: Recognition for exemplary packaging

Multi-purpose foam cushion

A simple solution for many different applications. Many cushion variants for different uses can be created from just two basic shapes. Production is simple and affordable because no scrap is created.


1989: National Prize for exemplary packaging

1989: National Prize for exemplary packaging

1989: National Prize for exemplary packaging

 Packaging for bundled pipes

A tailored solution for 216 bundled pipes made from wood and iron, and additionally using corrugated cardboard and plastic. This simple combination of individual materials makes it possible to manufacture packaging without fuss and for a good price.


1986: Recognition for exemplary packaging

1986: Recognition for exemplary packaging

1986: Recognition for exemplary packaging

Seaworthy boxes with track profile

The benefit of these boxes for transporting large items lies particularly in their simple and affordable mounting and reliable stability. The newly constructed profile beam makes loading by crane safe, and the transport of heavy goods boxes by train easier.


1984: National Prize for exemplary packaging

1984: National Prize for exemplary packaging

1984: National Prize for exemplary packaging

Dispatch packaging for windscreens

The highly safe yet affordable solution for transporting windscreens, which otherwise involves high costs.

The suitability of this design was tested using packing piece tests, which showed that even drop heights of up to 170cm do not result in damage to the windscreens.

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