Find out about all the environmental benefits and competitive advantages of Zero Impack, the innovative paper packaging solution for e-commerce products, as well as printed advertising material, subscription magazines, catalogues and much more!
Choosing FSC® branded paper means using material from forests managed in a correct and responsible way according to rigorous environmental, social and economic standards.
A material, that can be easily recycled a number of times (up to 7), thereby significantly contributing to the creation of a circular economy.
Some of the international and FSC-certified partners we work with and for whom we test usability and efficiency on our machines UPM – MONDI – SAPPI. The full list of certified producers and products is available in the database of FSC’s website.
Sitma, a leading company in the sector of automatic packaging material for Ecommerce, Post Press and Direct Mailing, has, for several years already, embraced environmental sustainability as the core value of its business strategy.
In line with the 2030 agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals defined by the UN, the company is using its solutions to take small steps in promoting the use of paper as material for packaging. Progress and development, but also preservation and streamlining are principles at the foundation of the technological innovation that Sitma’s portfolio has to offer.
- POST PRESS & DIRECT MAILING
Paper captures people’s attention by offering many graphic customisation options that make paper packaging a phenomenal advertising and communication tool, thereby meeting consumers’ requests for an environmental focus.
The 20th Monitoring Report (2016-2020 European Declaration on Paper Recycling) recently published by CEPI – the pan-European association representing the forest fibre and paper industry – proves how recycling of paper and cardboard is a well-established and effective approach that is gradually and constantly expanding throughout Europe, with a far higher growth rate compared to consumption.
Plus, according to CEPI's 2020 Key Statistics, report, direct CO2 emissions produced by the Cellulose and Paper Industry dropped over the last year (2020/2019) only by 7.1% and over the last decade (2020/2010) they went down by 23.5%, against a constant increase in the recycling rate of paper in Europe, which went from 68.5% in 2010 to 73.9% in 2020.
- Responsible production from the material.
- Streamlined packaging and distribution processes.
- Ideal marketing solution by printing and customising a new communication space.
- Well-balanced and environmentally-aware consumption with no waste.
- Easy collection and high recycling levels.
We can all contribute to a more sustainable world!