Nobody likes to have preservatives in their products. The antimicrobial inner layer of the LINHARDT tube effectively protects against bacteria, viruses and fungi without contaminating the valuable filling. This means less preservative and longer shelf life. The jury of the Deutsches Verpackungsinstitut e. V. awarded a German Packaging Prize in the “Functionality & Convenience” category.
The corrugated can was developed directly on the production line with a great deal of technical know-how and finesse. The decorative grooves are a production challenge and a real novelty in the aerosol can sector. We are happy to announce that the jury of the “Deutsches Verpackungsinstitut e. V.” (German Packaging Institute) award LINHARDT with the German Packaging Prize in the “Design & Refinement” category.
From now on, alverde NATURKOSMETIK produces its tubes with at least 50 percent recycled material. A new production process, which was developed together with our partner Linhardt, makes it possible to conserve valuable resources by adding recycled material. For the alverde tubes, so-called post-consumer recycled plastics are used, i.e. packaging waste resulting from private consumption. Initially, around 50 products will be converted to the new packaging material. Continue reading
LINHARDT has received the “Tube of the Year” from the European Tube Association (etma). – The award was presented at the annual conference in Lisbon – The antimicrobial tube from LINHARDT
Packaging manufacturer wants to extend the shelf life of products without the use of preservatives
The company has now been awarded the title “Tube of the Year 2018” by the European Tube Manufacturers Association (etma) for this innovative packaging.
One award is good, two are better. As defined by the double-wall can, LINHARDT says: “Double keeps better!” We are pleased to announce that the double wall can “Good Karma” has now also been awarded the World Star Award in addition to the German Packaging Award. 318 submissions from 38 countries were judged by an international jury of the World Packaging Organization in Rio de Janeiro. LINHARDT is one of the winners!
LINHARDT takes over the building of DMW-Maschinen- und Werkzeugbau GmbH – New Technology-Center in Geiersthal
As recently announced in the press, DIETZ / DMW will relinquish its location in Geiersthal and relocate its rapidly growing Precision Punching Tools business to a new building in Teisnach.
LINHARDT wins the German Packaging Award 2017. With the “double wall can” (with decoration inside), the company brought the industry’s most prestigious award to Viechtach. “We wanted to show what is possible with our traditional, but highly complex manufacturing process,” says Johann Beil, Head of Research & Development. Continue reading
We are very pleased to be able to inform you that we are greatly expanding our production capacity in the area of multilayer tubes. With a new production system for Multiflex and Laminate tubes, we are increasing our capacity in this product segment by approximately 30 percent. Our new SAESA 100 H from AISA will be entering full operation from the beginning of March 2017 onwards. It is the third system of its kind at our Pausa plant in Saxony, Germany, which is LINHARDT’s centre of expertise for multilayer tubes. Continue reading
NEW PRODUCTION LINE FOR AEROSOL CANS
LINHARDT is significantly expanding its capacities with a new production line for aerosol cans. At a speed of 200 cans per minute, in the future, cans of up to 250 millimetres in length will be produced and printed with up to eight colours. The investment of around €8.5 million gives LINHARDT a total capacity of 200 million aerosol cans per year. “With that, we are consequently continuing to follow our growth strategy“, says sector manager August Wanninger. With the start of production on the new line, LINHARDT has increased its capacity in the area of aerosol cans by a factor of 10 since 2008.
Dr. Monika Kopra-Schäfer is leaving the LINHARDT Group. The longstanding Managing Director wishes to pursue new professional challenges. “Now is a good time to do this”, says the German-Finn. “Many developments have been initiated. The newly established management can and will successfully continue the strategic development of the corporate group.”