Total container solution provider.
Packaging Solution Provider
With a marketing base born from a relationship with almost 5000 customers, the ability to supply a huge array of high quality products on demand and in small quantities as well as in-house development of custom products, Takemoto Packaging provides the complete service of sales, production and development. Takemoto Packaging is a Total Container Solution Provider.
At Takemoto, customer satisfaction as well as high quality statand are the basic requirements of any product. Takemoto has a strict policy to use 'Product Quality Assurance Standard'. Using this standard, in addition to a “Product Standard” and a “Standard Sample” for each product, Takemoto maintains total control over quality from the supply of raw materials from the distributor to final product inspections.
Takemoto wins client's trust by offering products of the highest quality.
With consideration for the global environment, Takemoto Packaging has implemented a policy of sustainable growth.
Using the 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) as a foundation of this policy, Takemoto focuses on the development of recycled PET, the use of biomass plastics and refillable containers, product refills and flexible pouches.
Four Environmental Initiatives
Takemoto has developed recycled PET containers in order to promote and increase the recycling of used products.The PET drink bottles collected by local governments in Japan are separated, pulverized, washed and turned into raw materials for the production of new containers.
Bio-Polyethylene – Bio-PET
Takemoto uses non-petroleum-based raw materials and minimize the consumption of finite fossil fuels .These are vegetable-based materials derived from sugarcane. They are by-product of the sugar making process, meaning that the process is not in competition with food production. And as sugercane grows, its use results in lower CO2 emissions than the use of fossil-fuel plastics.
Replacement refills and refillable containers
Takemoto has developed reusable containers and containers that reduce waste in order to cut the consumption of resources. Containers, or fittings such as sprayers and dispensers in the case of replacement refills, are used repeatedly. This has a two-fold ecological benefit as not only the use but also the disposal of plastic is reduced.
Takemoto presents containers that produce lower CO2 emissions when incinerated through techniques such as the use of alternative raw materials. This series has been developed bearing in mind that plastic container manufacturers must face the fact that carbon-dioxide (CO2) emissions are thought to be one of main causes of global warming. While containers have many special characteristics in terms of design and decoration, their use is often short-lived and a high ratio of these products are incinerated, especially in Japan. This being the case, additives have been added to plastic resins that reduce CO2 emissions in the process of incineration.