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It's fiber

We produce thermoformed pulp packaging and components for a variety of applications in numerous industries. The process of thermoforming cellulose fibers provides the opportunity to create durable, flexible and stable products. Appealing and custom-designed packaging provides protection for delicate/fragile products, securing them during transport, storage or display on store shelves.

Our core competencies include our own design department, which creates prototypes. What is more, we make production tools ourselves. This is reflected in flexibility in implementing projects that meet our customers’ requirements. Another key element is modern machinery equipped with advanced material preparation stations and fiber thermoforming lines.


We process various types of pulp-based materials. These include virgin fibers from coniferous and deciduous trees sourced in Europe and recycled cellulose. Our raw materials are FSC-certified, which shows that they come from a sustainable source.

  • organic material
  • recycled cellulose fibers
  • closed circulation of raw material – reprocessing of cellulose products
  • does not conduct charges
  • cushions


Our pulp products are used in various applications, providing technical protection for delicate components as well as ensuring a positive end-user experience.

With our advanced technology and adequate technical facilities, we can manufacture products with complex geometries. Our thermoforming lines are equipped with cutting stations to ensure that our products have perfectly smooth edges. This is especially important for premium products. In addition, our moldings feature a smooth surface on both sides. It is also possible to apply additional elements in the form of printing or embossing on the products we produce.

We design our packaging to be stackable and easily separable, which is a key factor in both automatic and manual packaging systems for our customers.


Stage I - Preparation of the material

At the material preparation station, the raw material in the form of cellulose sheets is pulped and ground. Afterwards, the obtained mass is diluted with water to the desired concentration.

Stage II - Forming

The pulp goes into the forming machine. The robot dips the mold into the mass and the solution is sucked through the mesh. The fibers are deposited on the surface of the tool after which the robot moves the mold with the aspirated material to the next station.

Stage III - Mechanical pressing

The products are pre-pressed on a flexible tool, where water is simultaneously extracted from them.

Stage IV - Thermoforming

The robot passes the products to the hot-press station. At this stage, the products are hot-pressed and dried and their surface is smoothed.

Stage V - Cutting

The robot takes the products from the conveyor belt and passes them to the cutting station, where the contour is cut out via a steel punch. The robot deposits the finished parts on a belt, stacking them to a preset height.

What you get:

  • increased rigidity due to better compression of the material
  • precise geometry
  • smooth edges
  • max height 120 mm
  • smooth surface on both sides of the product
  • easy stacking and separation
  • possibility to use the packaging with automatic packaging system