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Lightweight is one of Gerresheimer's key Ecodesign princples

  • Gerresheimer
Beauty, Personal Care, Cosmetics, Primary Packaging, Bottles, Active, Smart Packaging, Sustainable Packaging, High PCR Content Packaging, Lightweight Packaging

Consumers want to contribute in a positive way to solving challenges for the planet and society. Packaging plays a vital role in achieving this objective.

Our lightweighted packaging solutions contribute positively to reducing the CO2 footprint. Within our Ecodesign approach, we aim to systematically incorporate circular economy principles into the product design.

– Less virgin material
– Less energy consumption
– Less transport emissions

25% lighter

VICHY Laboratoires Minéral 89:
The eco-improved bottle is lightweighted by 25% compared to the previous version and is made of 25% PCR glass.

Lightweight is a joint approach between us as packaging supplier and your brand. We need to cooperate closely in the early development stage to successfully combine design and performance criteria. Of course, the lightweight approach can also be applied to optimize existing shapes.

9% lighter

KÉRASTASE Paris:
The flacons are lightweighted by 9% and made from 100% R-PET.

"L'Oréal is committed to improve the environmental footprint of our packaging for example through making them lighter, or through replacing virgin materials by recycled ones." — L'Oréal.

Contact us to discover more about our latest lightweighted packaging.

See also

Gerresheimer is investing in a new plant in Skopje, North Macedonia, for medical plastic systems and syringes

Gerresheimer is investing a mid-double-digit million Euro figure in the new plant in the North Macedonian capital of Skopje, an amount that is already included in the company’s medium-term investment plans. Construction is beginning in the first half of 2019, with completion scheduled for the first half of 2020. It is expected that start of production will take place in the second half of 2020.

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  • Modified 14 Nov 2022
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