Event dates: May 04 – May 10
Location: Düsseldorf, Germany
The outbreak of COVID-19 has had increasing implications on the global economy, hundreds of millions of individual companies and over a one fourth of the global population. What conclusions could businesses and manufactures like PACCOR take from these turbulent and exceptional times? The pandemic continues to spread worldwide and almost every nation has reported thousands […]Continue Reading
Business Durham is linking up companies across County Durham to help them find solutions for their current business challenges during the coronavirus outbreak. While many businesses have had to shut down during the crisis, others are adapting to new ways of working and producing new products to support the efforts to tackle COVID-19. By matching […]Continue Reading
As the general situation continues to improve and restriction will be lifted step-by-step, we would like to express our deepest thanks to our employees and business partners for their continuous support and outstanding cooperation over the past weeks. Together, we have been able to minimize any impact on the food supply chain and were always able to demonstrate our flexibility on adjusting capacities and to fulfill extraordinary demands.Continue Reading
European governments have updated their plans on confinement and given first expectations on timing to reduce such measures. Standard procedures are regularly updated to reflect country specific regulations. Production continues in all factories.Continue Reading
At this year’s Petcore Europe Annual Conference in Brussels, Belgium, Mr. Nicolas Lorenz, PACCOR’s Chief Commercial Officer, during his speech presented how a new approach, including deployment of new technologies, cooperation within the industry and building direct communication channels with end-customers, will help to tackle the challenge and shift the approach to the plastic sector. […]Continue Reading
PACCOR wants to thank all its employees for their commitment and dedication, securing the continuation of food supply chains throughout Europe.
Even in these difficult times, our employees show up in the factories, and compensate for those colleagues who need to stay at home by working overtime and helping each other.