PACCOR association memberships are providing the essential and necessary support in the creation of high-quality packaging products. Our partners are invested and committed to aiding PACCOR to reach its goal of producing innovative, practical, and secure packaging solutions, as well as completing the change towards a circular economy in the packaging industry.
Along with our partners, we want to provide the best sustainable product solutions that create value for our customers, shareholders, and society.
Below you will find a list with brief information about PACCOR‘s partners.
Founded in 2003, the Federal Association of Communicators is a professional association for communications managers, especially press spokesmen. With around 4,500 members, it is the association with the largest number of members in the German communications industry.
Business for Nature is a global coalition bringing together influential organizations and forward-thinking businesses. Its goal is to demonstrate business action and amplifying a powerful business voice calling for governments to reverse nature loss.
The Circular Plastics Alliance is an initiative under the European Strategy for Plastics (2018), aiming to boost the EU market for recycled plastics to 10 million tonnes by 2025. The alliance covers the full plastics value chains and includes over 175 organisations representing industry, academia, and public authorities.
The German Public Relations Society (DPRG), based in Berlin, is a professional association for communication managers and public relations specialists in Germany. Founded in 1958 and representing 2,200 members, it is the largest industry association in the communications industry.
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation develops and promotes the idea of a circular economy. Founded in 2009, it works with the world’s leading and most influential organisations, with transformative potential, to demonstrate what is possible.
EUPC is the professional representative body of plastics converters in Europe. Founded in 1989 and based in Brussels, its activity embraces all sectors of the plastics converting industry, including recycling.
The core task of the German Association for Plastics Packaging and Films consists of public relations work on behalf of the industry and its wide range of products, as well as political lobbying. Located in Bad Homburg, the association elaborates on developing technical standards and guidelines and provides numerous services.
One of Industrievereinigung Kunststoffverpackungen member company and PACCOR’s partner is Forum PET Europe, it campaigns for the ecological improvement of PET bottles and the cycle management of the raw material PET by high-quality recycling in Germany and Europe.
The "Sales Manager Club" is one of the most agile and above all most effective scenes in the republic, offering a network of top performers, young professionals, and next-generation leaders. Founded in 1954, it provides a knowledge transfer and insights into the marketing department of the German economy.
Petcore Europe is a Brussels-based non-profit European trade association. Founded in 1993, it promotes the collection, sorting and recycling of post-customer PET bottles.
Established in 1995, Pro-S-Pack’s main goal is to coordinate the branches' activities, adequately present its services and products to the national and international companies in the field of service packaging and society.
Women in Plastics is a professional initiative that recognises achievement, encourages development, and supports diversity and equality across the plastics industry. Established in 2004, it seeks to achieve a fair, equal, and inclusive industry that provides opportunities for every individual, at all levels, to reach their career potential.
Häme Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in promoting interests and operating conditions of the commercial and industrial companies within the regions of Päijät-Häme and Kanta-Häme. It has two offices located in Lahti and Hämeenlinna and acts as a forum for discussion.
The Finnish Packaging Association is a cooperation organisation promoting the general business environment of the packaging industry. Founded in 1991, the association deals with joint operations between all companies, entities, and other organisations that have to do with packaging. It studies technological and financial trends in the industry, relevant legislation, and general attitudes on the packaging and passes this information on to its members.
Founded in 1977, ADEPTA is an association of French companies specialising in the manufacturing of equipment and the building of production units for the agro-industrial industry throughout the world. Through its members, Adepta is a unique showcase of French technology and know-how in these sectors.
ELIPSO is the professional association representing plastic and flexible packaging manufacturers in France. It is actively pursuing, the objective of promoting the development of our industry.
Founded in 2005, the GEPPIA, the Processing and Packaging Trade Association for the food (and other) industry, is a group of& 150 manufacturers serving end-users and brings together over 8,000 professionals in the sales sector. The role of the commissions is to enable the participants to share best practices and create synergy between complementary activities.
The Chamber is a local organization of businesses and companies in Szombathely, focusing on further developing the interests of local companies and businesses in Hungary. Its main activities are safeguarding business interests and sharing business experiences and business interests, contact with governments, civil society, local media, and the press, and organising trade shows and events.
The association was established in 1990 with the intention to act jointly to promote the development, protection and enforcement of interests of undertakings performing and carrying out production and related activities in the Hungarian chemical industry sector.
Hungarian Plastics Association (HPA), established in 1991, has the purpose of representing the professional interests of the Hungarian plastics industry. Its main goal is to support the interests of the Hungarian plastics industry in the process of legislation on the government level and other authorities.
ANAIP, founded in 1957, is the Association that represents and groups the Spanish plastics transformation industry. Its main mission regards grouping, representing, and defending the Spanish plastics transformation industry, promoting the development of the plastics industry, promoting quality and innovation, creating a meeting forum for the associates, and providing a voice and influence in forums of interest in the plastics industry.
Cicloplast is a non-profit society, committed to the Environment, in promoting the recycling of plastics at the end of their useful life, in any of its applications: packaging, agriculture, automobile, construction, etc. It integrates all companies in the plastics sector, both manufacturers of raw materials and transformers, assuming, on their behalf, compliance with their obligations with respect to environmental regulations that affect them in terms of waste management.
The Packaging Federation is the ‘over-arching’ trade association for the UK Packaging Manufacturing Industry. It is a unique representative body for companies and organisations in the UK packaging manufacturing sector and associated activities.
Founded in 2008, the BPF Energy regards the Climate change agreement, which is a voluntary agreement containing targets to increase energy efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. They form part of a package of UK government measures to respond to the challenges of climate change while helping the industry remain internationally competitive.
WRAP is a catalyst for positive economic and environmental action. Founded in the year 2000, its priority sectors are food and drinks, clothing and textiles, and plastics. Underpinning all its priority sectors is resource management, focusing on maximising the value of waste by increasing the quantity and quality of materials collected for re-use and recycling.
The National Coffee Association (NCA) is the main market research, consumer information, and lobbying association for the coffee industry in the United States. The associations' functions and services include Market and scientific research, Domestic and international government relations, including lobbying, Public relations, and education.
The Turkish Packaging Manufacturers Association (ASD) brings together packaging manufacturers in Turkey. Established in 1992, it fosters the growth of the packaging industry and represents the sector in national and international arenas, as well as establishing scientific, technical, and social cooperation and solidarity among members.
Established in 1991, it is the 14th leading packaging, detergent, and beverage industry company in Turkey. The objective of ÇEVKO is to contribute and play a leading role in the establishment of a Packaging Waste Recovery System in Turkey while complying with the related European Union Legislations and with the Principles of Integrated Waste Management.
PAGEV is one of the leading non-governmental organizations in Turkey. PAGEV is composed of over 600 trustees and relevant 1750 companies that account for more than 88 % of the plastics value chain in Turkey.