Climate change is the greatest challenge for humanity since the end of the Ice Age. The clear and unanimous vote of all 197 states at the World Climate Conference in Paris makes it clear that there is a man-made climate change, and that we urgently need to limit the average increase in temperature to below 2 degrees.
Already standard in the food-industry, and of increasing importance in the building materials industry: in-mould labelling merges plastics packaging and labelling to a single, seamless, effective unit.
Stable, voluminous; conform with food standards. The Hobbock by WOLF PLASTICS is a packaging- and transport solution in one – and sometimes even a little bit more.
“I find the possibilities of the in-mould labelling (IML) wonderful. Again and again, I am impressed by how I can just dive in and get creative.” Oliver Baumgärtel, Key Account & Product Manager
WOLF PLASTICS is attracting attention – with what is probably the biggest bucket in the world. The container, which weighs well over a tonne, is displayed effectively in Kammern, where it gives people an insight into the company’s special products and services.
A highly specialised international chemical company was looking for a new, extremely leakproof container for its pigment pastes. WOLF PLASTICS saw this as an exciting task and quickly began to work on developing a solution – with plenty of commitment and great success.
“Our chief aim is to achieve the best possible results for our customers – and as quickly as possible.” Alexandra Strimitzer, Sales Director
One thing is for sure: this isn’t something you can pull off alone. Everyone in the company needs to be on board, pursuing a shared vision – and that’s exactly how we’ve gone about things at WOLF PLASTICS. With the help of our 230 employees, we have developed new process chains and invested in new technologies, equipment and infrastructure.
For me, the interaction with employees is one of the most exciting things about ‘the whole package’. As in every company, they are the most important factor at WOLF PLASTICS. Machines are interchangeable; all that takes is a financial investment. But operating machines in a way that makes full use of all the technical possibilities is only possible with independent, astute employees.