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Staeger Clear commit to NIL 2 LANDFILL

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Staeger Clear Packaging are committed to leading the industry in minimising the impact of its activities on the environment.

As such we have pledged to become a NIL 2 LANDFILL site!!

Working closely with Landfill Alternatives we have undertaken a thorough analysis of all our operations and the first steps to becoming a NIL 2 LANDFILL site are now in place.

As the leading suppliers of Clear Plastic Packaging we see this as an absolute minimum requirement, and will be part of our strategy to achieve the Environmental Standard ISO14001.

The key points of this strategy are:

  • Minimise waste by evaluating operations and ensuring they are as efficient as possible.
  • Actively promote recycling both internally and amongst its customers and suppliers.
  • Source and promote a product range to minimise the environmental impact of both production and distribution.
  • Meet or exceed all the environmental legislation that relates to the Company. Including the latest Pre-treatment regulations.

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Staeger Clear exhibit at Easyfairs

On Wednesday 30 Feb & Thursday 1 March, members of the sales & senior management team met with existing customers and new prospects to discuss a wide range of new opportunities.

Whilst overall number of visitors was less than 2011, the quality of the enquiries received was very encouraging and the team are even busier than usual, following these up.

 Staeger Clear is recognized by many as the UK’s No1 designer and manufacturer of Clear Plastic Packaging

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Staeger Clear exhibit at London Packaging Innovations

On Stand No. VG24, Stäger Clear Packaging exhibited a wide range of transparent products at the Easyfairs Packaging Innovations Exhibition, 6-7 October 2011 at the BDC Centre London. What a fantastic show, compact and easily accessible.

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Staeger Clear move to new premises

Staeger Clear moved into new premises at the end of March 2011. Our new address and contact numbers are:
Unit 1 Swallowgate Business Park
Coventry
CV6 4BL

Tel: 024 76 581197
Fax: 024 76 581215

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Staeger continues to invest in Coventry

Our parent company Stäger&Co AG has maintained its promise to help develop new business in the UK, by packaging machinesupplying a second line for manufacturing transparent PET cylindrical tubes and drums. Delivered on 6 Aug, our process and engineering teams are making ready for production to start within the next few days against significant orders placed by new customers.

The machine was designed and built by the in-house team based at Group HQ in Muri, Switzerland, and comes with a range of diameters from 65mm to 160mm.

 

multifit dog snack packagingFeaturing welded side seams and bases, it has the capability to produce beaded ends and also apply tinplate bases or aluminium ring pull tops. A range of closures are available including injection moulded plugs, thermoformed clear slip lids and also metal.

All our tubes can be supplied plain or decorated by litho printing, screen printing and also hot foil blocking.

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Further Investment...Clear Tube Machines for Coventry

When we joined the Staeger Group in 2008, the principals of the business gave a commitment to invest in facilities and equipment that would enable expansion into different markets and help seize new and suitable transparent tubes opportunities.........already machinery to produce welded lids and bases has been installed and we are now preparing to receive the first of a series of lines for the production of transparent tubes and drums.

The first machine will be for smaller diameters from 35 to 80mm and soon to follow will be a second line with capability for diameters from 65mm to 180mm. Height adjustments can be made without the need for additional tooling, although bespoke diameters will need special parts.

All our machines are designed and built by the on site engineering team at Group HQ, Muri, Switzerland and feature welded side seams with cut discs welded to seal the base – no adhesive is used in the process which makes it ideal for direct food contact.tubes machine

Converting mainly re-cycled PET [rPET], also suitable for direct food contact, tubes and drums can be decorated by litho or screen printing, hot foil blocking or simply left plain to suit the brand image.

A variety of lids are available, subject to size and function, including tinplate, injection moulded plastic and thermoformed.........special lids can be tooled up if required
Tube tops can be left clean cut or beaded to provided extra rigidity.

Coventry based personnel have already completed an operators training course in Switzerland and production will commence very soon following a substantial commitment from an existing customer.

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Staeger Clear Packaging Ltd wins top industry award

Staeger Clear Packaging has won the “Packaging Company of the Year Award” at the UK Packaging Awards 2009.

At a glittering ceremony held at Grosvenor House, London on 4 November the company scooped the top prize, beating off fierce competition from its rivals.uk packaging company of the year

The UK Packaging Awards are the most prestigious in the industry. “Packaging Company of the Year” is the top accolade and the most coveted of all prizes.  Our photograph shows Managing Director Ian Jamie, with his wife Pippa who live at Weston under Wetherley receiving the award.

Since its acquisition by the Stäger Group of Switzerland, the Coventry based rigid plastic carton manufacturer has gone from strength to strength.

The judges were particularly impressed by the Company’s financial performance in the current challenging market.  Staeger Clear’s turnover has more than doubled in the past 5 years and it continues to invest in new facilities and new markets, with expansion in China a major objective.

The environment is an important factor in the world today and Staeger Clear has spearheaded the use of recycled materials in its production of plastic cartons.  The judges commented on the company’s success in going from zero to 80% of turnover in rPET, recycled PET, as a major initiative.

All-in-all the achievement of Staeger Clear Packaging can be summed up in the words of the judges who said: “The passion for what they do is an attribute of the whole team. They are a worthy winner”.

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Staeger Clear to launch 100% Recycled PET

Staeger Clear Packaging has become the first UK plastic carton converter to provide the UK market with a 100% recycled PET material. With the brand name recyClear, the new material is ideal for direct food contact. It consists of 70% Post Consumer Waste (PCW) and 30% industrial/ skeletal waste .It can be printed either silk-screen or litho and is available in 200 to 500 micron material thickness.

Commenting on the launch of recyClear, Managing Director Ian Jamie said: “We are committed to supplying our customers with materials which are environmentally friendly, from certifiable sources. Our ultimate objective is to offer a complete UK based closed loop, in terms of material supply and production.”

He continued:  “The recyCLear brand is an important marketing development for us. It demonstrates to the industry that we are leading the field in offering our customers a 100% recycled material which is ideal for food contact applications .We received a positive feedback when we featured the material at the Easyfairs Show last month in Birmingham and the plan now is to roll it out across the whole market in the coming months. We are confident it will be a great success.”

Recyclear - recycled PET packaging

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Staeger Clear Packaging – Innovations And New Products For The UK

On Stand No. 152, Stäger Clear Packaging exhibited awide range of transparent products at the Easyfairs Packaging Innovations Exhibition, on 11-12 February 2009, at the NEC, Birmingham.

Stäger Clear Packaging is the UK’s leading transparent carton, lid, base and sleeve producer. It has recently successfully launched its RPET, recycled PET cartons, which are finding wide acceptance amongst leading retailers and FMCG producers. The Company was runner-up in the UK Packaging Awards 2008, “Business of the Year” category.

As part of the Stäger Group, Stäger Clear Packaging exhibited new products for the UK market, primarily drums, tubes, conical and cylindrical containers, in a variety of materials.  These products are examples of the innovation and creatively which are the hallmark of the Stäger Group.

The need for new shapes of packaging is crucial to provide product differentiation at the point of purchase.  The ability to bring together the group’s design and creative research will help deliver effective and innovative solutions.

A warm welcome awaits all visitors at Stand No.152 at the NEC Birmingham.

Further information can be obtained from:

Jon Bullimore
Sales Director
Stäger Clear Packaging
215 Torrington Avenue
Coventry
CV4 9AP

Tel: 024 76 464566
E-mail: [email protected]

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Staeger Clear Packaging Invests In New Lid And Base Equipment

Following the acquisition by the Stäeger Group of Companies, Stäeger Clear Packaging has now announced the first phase of investment in new equipment at its Coventry location.

The Company has recently installed equipment capable of producing transparent lids and bases in a variety of substrates and sizes. This was designed and purpose built in Switzerland, by the company’s on-site engineering and development team.

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Traditionally, lids and bases are produced from manually punched blanks which are then glued at the corners, meaning only PVC can be used.  As this new machine involves welding the corners, a wider range of materials, including Polypropylene, RPET and APET can now be converted and various sizes are available.  Furthermore, by welding die cut blanks, it is easier to control the tolerances of the finished component.

There is also an environmental benefit from this method of production as no adhesives or chemical solvents are used in the process.

Prior to die cutting and welding, the blanks can be decorated to customer’s artwork by litho printing, screen printing, hot foil blocking and embossing, or in combinations of all these.

Stäeger Clear Packaging is excited by the opportunities which the new equipment will provide.

Managing Director Ian Jamie said: “This is the first phase of a planned investment programme, following our acquisition by the Stäger Group.  We are committed to offering the UK market a range of new products, with innovation the key factor.  There will be further developments in this respect over the coming months”.

Stäeger Clear Packaging is one of the UK’s leading plastic carton, lid, base and sleeve producers.  It has introduced many innovations into the market including the environmentally friendly CLEArPET™, made from 50/60% post consumer bottle waste.

The Company is a finalist in the 2008 UK Packaging Awards, in the “The Company of the Year” category.

Further information can be obtained from:
Jon Bullimore
Sales Director
Stäeger Clear Packaging
215 Torrington Avenue
Coventry
CV4 9AP

Tel: 024 76 464566
Mobile: 07889 995 806
E-mail: [email protected].

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