Along with its newly minted identity, Salinas Packaging Group, the Spanish rigid box manufacturer, has outlined its sustainability goals for the years ahead.
The year 2020 has been busy for Alicante-based box supplier Salinas. In March, just before the first lockdown in Europe due to the pandemic, the supplier announced its acquisition of Fabregas Packaging. Two months later, packaging industry veteran Ilan Schinazi was appointed Managing Director and Partner of Salinas International, the sales division dedicated to international business. This month, now rebranded under the name Salinas Packaging Group, the supplier is launching its own blog, makebox.design featuring content ranging from packaging trends to interviews and supplier news.
The group, with a production capacity of more than 25 million units per year, has also outlined its sustainability goals for the months ahead: by the end of 2020 it will operate a life cycle assessment tool in-house and by the end of the first quarter of 2021 it is aiming to attain the status of zero-waste company.
Salinas will reveal more details of its strategy in the next issue of Formes de Luxe magazine.