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Blue Box Design whisky packaging highlights sustainability while raising funds for Atlantic-rowing brothers’ charities

Michael McLaren
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Design, Packaging, Sustainability, whisky

Blue Box Design, the Stirling-based specialist in the design and manufacture of bespoke presentation boxes for the UK food and drink sector, has produced premium whisky packaging to highlight sustainability and raise funds for record-breaking Atlantic rowers the MacLean brothers’ chosen charities. MacLean’s Pillage and MacLean’s Spillage aim to highlight the need for sustainable production […]

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McLaren Packaging helps create world’s first renewable energy plant for corrugated board manufacture

Graham Lironi
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Corrugate, Environment, Green Energy, Packaging Innovation, Sustainability, Sustainable energy

Award-winning drinks packaging company McLaren Packaging, through CorrBoard Bioenergy, its joint venture with printed packaging supplier Swanline Group, has invested £5.5M in the creation of the world’s first dedicated sustainable energy generation facility fuelled by organic waste to provide heat and power for the manufacture of corrugated sheet board. The investment will facilitate carbon neutral […]

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McLaren Packaging secures FSC accreditation

PR
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Environment, Sustainability

    Award-winning whisky packaging company McLaren Packaging has secured Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) accreditation, the global forest certification system enabling consumers to identify, purchase and use wood, paper and other forest products produced from well-managed forests and recycled materials.   Michael McLaren, Sales & Marketing Director, McLaren Packaging, said: “As a company we are […]

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“Let there be light”

Michael McLaren
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Sustainability

The final touches have been added to our solar panel installation at our facilities in Port Glasgow. The 1,520 panel installation is the largest in the Inverclyde area and, at 500kW, it is 150 times the size of an average residential install producing in excess of 400,000 kwh of electricity in a year. (Enough to power […]

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