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Stäger ClickTray – the ecologically innovative hybrid tray

Many food manufacturers are looking for sustainable alternatives to the classic plastic tray. The Stäger Packaging Group has developed a hybrid tray which reduces the plastic requirement by up to 50%. The tray offers the same protective properties as a classic MAP tray for meat, cheese or salad. The hybrid tray is [...]

2021-06-07T12:49:44+02:00May 26th, 2021|Group-News upper|

Staeger Clear Packaging & Prevented Ocean Plastic Waste

Sitting at home in my semi-retirement, I have had plenty of time to reflect on the Plastic Debate. I can understand people’s reluctance to use plastic as a result of David Attenborough’s programme The Blue Planet. But if we avoid it, how are we ever going to begin to clean up our oceans, beaches, and the [...]

2021-05-26T12:09:19+02:00May 19th, 2021|News GB|

Stäger CardTube – redefined cardboard boxes

The Stäger Packaging Group is again launching an innovation in the tube sector. Based on our patented CON-Box technology, our innovation team has succeeded in developing a completely recyclable CardTube made from renewable raw materials. The CardTube is versatile and ecologically state-of-the-art. The single-material solution can be produced in a wide variety of shapes, [...]

2021-05-26T12:05:39+02:00May 18th, 2021|Group-News upper|

New Stäger R-PET MAP-Standard Tray

Stäger Packaging Group is launching a new generation of MAP standard trays, which meets the current demands of butchers and consumers. The new Stäger standard tray in the format 204 x 147 mm offers: R-PET instead of polystyrene - The recyclate content in PET consists of up to 80% Thickness reduction to conserve the [...]

2021-05-26T12:06:04+02:00May 18th, 2021|Group-News lower|

New dedicated printing concept with “low migration colors”

Since December 2020, the Stäger Packaging Group has been printing exclusively with a color system with low migration. Scale colors, special colors, opaque white and lacquers have been extensively tested by SQTS (Swiss Quality Testing Services) in laboratory analyzes and are unrestrictedly approved for printing on food packaging. The ink series used are particularly [...]

2021-05-26T12:07:11+02:00May 18th, 2021|Group-News upper|


The Stäger Packaging Group has set itself the goal of increasing the sustainability of your thermoformed and transparent packaging through the consistent use of recycled material. Various international studies have shown that plastic packaging, when using as high a proportion of recycled material as possible, performs better in the life cycle assessment than new plastic [...]

2021-05-26T12:07:55+02:00May 18th, 2021|Group-News lower|

Stäger face shields – maximum security guaranteed

Stäger took on a pioneering role in the production and distribution of face shields in the Covid-19 crisis. The protective shields, developed from 100% recycled PET, are used in public and private areas to protect against droplet infection and impress with their well-thought-out functional design. The disposable construction guarantees maximum hygiene and is resource-efficient, [...]

2021-05-26T12:08:31+02:00May 18th, 2021|Group-News lower|

Plastic is not the problem: plastic waste is

In the programme ‘The War on Plastic’, both presenters – Hugh Fearnley-Whitttingstall and Anita Rani – spent the whole sixty minutes criticising plastic, in particular, sandwich cartons. But halfway through, my wife spotted that Anita Rani was wearing a mock leather skirt – which, ironically, is a form of plastic. “Can’t be that bad” [...]

2021-05-26T12:09:40+02:00November 11th, 2020|News GB|

The future of chemical recycling in plastic waste management

On the 3rd & 4th November I attended a virtual conference held by AMI on Chemical Recycling. As much as my poor grade in Chemistry A level would allow me to understand it, I found it very interesting and thought-provoking. Here are my thoughts from a keen amateur. My general impression was that the [...]

2021-05-26T12:09:53+02:00May 18th, 2020|News GB|
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