Pushing boundaries – Broadening horizons

Investments in Schkopau: The successful sheet segment will soon have more space to grow. Here at Fernholz, we have been extruding PS, PP, PET and multilayer sheets as well as decorated or printed PS sheets at our sites in Meinerzhagen and Schkopau for many years.

Drop-in solution for an improved carbon footprint

We place a particular focus on the production of cups based on renewable raw materials. To this end, we joined with three industry partners to launch a feasibility study along the plastics value chain for organic-based polypropylene (PP).

Only in music stereo is better than mono

We need to reduce packaging to the bare minimum if we want to conserve resources and protect the environment. This fact is undisputed. But it is at least equally important to include current packaging in the recycling loop.

Latest news about Desto®-Cup technology

Desto®-Cup has been a registered trademark of Fernholz in the Federal Republic of Germany since 20 June 2022. Our Desto®-Cup has established a strong market presence since then, with more than 12.5 million units sold in 2022 – and counting.

Desto®Cup technology continues its victory march

The resource-efficient Desto Cup techno-logy is now firmly established. Trade journals have already published detailed reports on Fernholz’s new decorative system, and market demand is rising as well.

Fernholz project 2025 – we are growing!

Over time, we will double capacity at the Schkopau site and invest in new systems. After completing preparations in 2020 and 2021, we will push ahead with construction in 2022 and also install the first new systems and machinery.

Sealid development

We used the Fachpack in 2019 to launch Sealid as an innovative alternative to standard composite tub lids made of PP-aluminium-PET.  

Monomaterial cups: safe for the recovered substance cycle

It is obvious that we must all reduce the amount of packaging we use to protect the environment and save resources. But it is at least equally as important to ensure that existing packaging is safely recycled and does not end up in landfill or the environment.