Pact Launch Hygiene Brand Stay Safe – Spread Good Vibes Only
PUBLISHED: 15 May
Pact Group Executive General Manager – Contract Manufacturing, Greg Beilby said “As restrictions are relaxed and employees are returning to their workplaces, our range will help businesses with this transition.” “Essentially the Stay Safe – Spread Good Vibes Only range allows businesses to safeguard their most valuable asset; their employees”. In March, Pact announced it had converted production lines at three of its
Pact wins the Health, Beauty & Wellness Category at the 2020 Australasian Packaging Innovation & Design (PIDA) Awards
PUBLISHED: 07 May
After converting to recycled rPET, Pact Group was able to further light weight Glow Lab’s amber bottles by an average of -27% (approx. 37 tonnes per annum). Based on Glow Lab’s volumes, this equates to approximately 130 tonnes of plastic that has been reused and diverted from landfill. Pact also received the Silver Award in the Sustainable Design for Earthwise’s brand of PCR 75% rHDPE household cleaning range. The PIDA
Group Wins World Packaging Organisation’s Gold Award in the Sustainability Category
PUBLISHED: 29 April
Lewis Road’s post-consumer sourced 100% recycled plastic polyethylene terephthalate (rPET) milk bottle range is an Australasian first in its category and equates to approximately 340 tonnes of plastic per annum that has been reused and diverted from landfill. Winning a Sustainability Award on a world stage underpins Pact’s recently announced strategy to lead the circular economy through reuse, recycling and packaging solutions.
Pact Group is Proud to Package a 2015 Product of the Year Winner – Anathoth Farm Sweet Chilli Relish
PUBLISHED: 10 March
Pact Group would like to extend a most heart-felt congratulations to a valued customer, Barker’s, for their win in the Relish Category at the 2015 Australian Product of the Year Awards.
The Product of the Year is the world’s largest consumer-voted award for product innovation.
Pact Donates Crates To Food Rescue Organisation OzHarvest
PUBLISHED: 18 February
Pact Group has donated around 3,000 rigid plastic crates to food rescue organisation, OzHarvest, for the storage and transportation of food stuffs. The crates will be used to store excess food collected from commercial outlets and delivered to 600 charities providing much needed assistance to vulnerable men, women and children across Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, the Gold Coast, Newcastle and Perth.
Pact Group Wins Two Awards in the 2014 Sector Success Awards
PUBLISHED: 05 February
Presented by AI Global Media Ltd International Publishing Group, Deal Feed International has recently announced its inaugural Sector Success Awards for 2014 awarding Pact Group two Awards:
Pact Group Launches Digital Print Technology
PUBLISHED: 14 January
Pact Group has announced a series of developments in the field of digitally decorated packaging. The next generation in packaging print technology, digital print is now fully operational in one Pact site in Victoria and will be operational in a second site early in 2015. Both of these installations are a first for the region and one of only a handful of installations globally.
Pact Group signs long-term licensing extension with RPC Superfos
PUBLISHED: 30 December
Pact Group (Pact) is pleased to announce that it has, through its subsidiaries Tecpak and VIP Packaging, recently renewed its two technology licensing agreements with the world-known European plastic packaging manufacturer RPC Superfos. These licensing agreements give Pact ongoing access to global leading edge technology and know-how in thin wall injection moulding in Australia and New Zealand. Pact, through its subsidiaries is therefore pleased to advise that it will be able to continue offering RPC Superfos’ innovative products to both new and existing clients.
Pact Group Profiled in Packaging News
PUBLISHED: 27 December
Pact Group has been profiled in Packaging News today as it announced it had exceeded its Prospectus profit forecasts for the full year ending 30 June 2014, with statutory net profit after tax and before significant items of $59.7 million, 13.5% higher than the Prospectus forecast of $52.6 million.