Cases

  • Soup for toddlers in premium packaging

    Though looking for convenience and flexibility, parents do not want to compromise on food quality for their toddlers. This is why a series of organic soups of finest quality for this target group is popular in the United Kingdom. The packaging of equally high quality is from RPC Superfos.

  • With weight reduction, less is more

    In respond to customers’ demand of a lighter and more environmentally friendly packaging, Italian Gruppo Francia now uses the SuperLight pot for Aldi’s private label mozzarella cheese, Cucina. The results include a more cost efficient packaging solution.

  • Fresh pack for fresh cheese

    In Ukraine, leading dairy producer Milkiland has recently introduced a new fresh cheese product: mozzarella packed in UniPak pots – a timeless and elegant packaging solution.

  • Top class restaurants find plastic pots indispensable

    Top class restaurants serve world class meals - and many of these are prepared with ingredients stored in UniPak plastic pots from RPC Superfos.

  • Seafood: Bornholms converts to plastic

    Bornholms, a market leader in seafood in Scandinavia, now makes the move from cans to plastics. The key results include improved logistics, user-friendliness and a shelf life of two years under ambient temperatures.

  • Both paint and pail are plant based

    After years of research and trials a new paint product based on plants is now being launched by France’s leading quality brand TOLLENS in a pail, which also contains plant material. RPC Superfos is one of three driving forces together with Roquette and Materis on the project which bolsters a sustainable development.

  • Soft cheese: The pack plays a vital role

    Exclusively for supermarket giant, Tesco UK, Arla Foods is producing a new soft cheese range in a pack from RPC Superfos. The choice of packaging plays an important role in the effort to increase market share.

  • All that glitters is not metal

    Keep the great look of metal while getting the benefits of plastics. This is possible with the In-Mould Labelling technique from RPC Superfos. The paint producer PPG has successfully completed a huge conversion from metal to plastic for a top end product.

  • Fast moving consumer goods in modern packaging

    The packaging for the launch of an entirely new product line of chilled ready-made food from Swedish Procordia was not a random choice. The SuperLock pot from RPC Superfos was carefully picked to signal innovation, novelty and continuous development.

  • New plastic pack makes vegetables stand out

    For the urban and active target group, French food producer Charles & Alice puts high quality cooked vegetables on the market in a SuperLock pack. This contributes to creating a unique product differentiation.


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Head Office
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