Sustainability and reduced total costs of packaging and ownership (TCP/TCO) have been core objectives for Dividella since it was founded more than 40 years ago.
It has achieved this by building greater flexibility and adaptability into its NeoTOP toploading packaging platforms with increasingly modular designs and interconnectivity that allows one line to handle multiple products and formats.
In recent years, it has further increased its emphasis on resource-saving monomaterials cardboard-based packaging formats that are inherently more economical and sustainable in materials use, avoiding plastics, as well as reducing weight and volume across the logistics chain.
The overall impact is to make pharma parental packaging more sustainable as well as reducing TCO and TCP.
Dividella’s highly modular cartooning systems provide adaptable and flexible feed and handling options to enable fast time to market
Reduce, re-use and recycle
The Dividella modular packaging concept recognises the 'reduce, re-use and recycle' mantra of sustainability across the whole process from machine design to final package format and function.
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