We use paper and cardboard products every day. To ensure that forests renew and grow, it is important that they are sustainably maintained. Our goal is to use 100% of the wood fiber from recycled or certified sustainable sources.
The OPRL has announced today that paper cups will have their own specialist recycling label in the UK to support the wide range of paper cup recycling programs including in store and on-street, office, workplace and industry collections.
We proudly bear the name of our founder, Mr. Heikki Huhtamäki. Young Heikki established Huhtamäki Industries in 1920 in Kokkola, Finland. Ever since then, we've followed his spirit of adventure in exploring new opportunities across the world.
Huhtamaki’s folding carton business unit in Northern Ireland has been announced as McDonald’s UK & Ireland Supplier of the Year for 2019. The award was presented at a ceremony held in London as part of McDonald’s Supply Chain conference.
Employee engagement is crucial to our continued success. We’ve conducted the Huhtamaki Employee Engagement Survey since 2013 to better understand what our employees think. The latest results are in and show plenty of reasons to be proud about.
Huhtamaki has introduced a new recyclable, polyolefin-based barrier packaging solution for shampoo sachets. Solutions for coffee, detergent, jams, ketchup, soaps and dry soups have passed long-run trials and are ready for wider market adoption.
Huhtamaki Fresh, the world’s 1st fiber-based ready meal tray, has won the own brand category of the Waitrose & Partners Sustainability Awards. Fresh is as functional as the black plastic alternative, but easier to recycle & certified for home composting.