Pure Blue

News from the PackBenefit world

We are committed to the environment through different actions, the latest of which is part of a European Union grant from the NextGenerationEU Fund, within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan for the Implementation of electric vehicle charging infrastructures within the Incentive Programme for Efficient and Sustainable Mobility (MOVES III Programme – Castilla y León) of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, and managed by the Regional Government of Castilla y León.

At PackBenefit, through our Product, Quality and Sustainability Department, led by Nuria Escudero Perez, we participate in the European REDYSIGN project. An innovative plan that seeks to design polymer-free bio-packaging for meat. In consortium with TECNALIA Research & Innovation and several partners, we are already working together in the search for a resource-efficient process for the production and circularisation of this intelligent bio-packaging, and we will be doing so over the next four years….

When you read this sentence and feel an immense satisfaction and desire to continue taking on challenges: ‘There are companies in which innovation, beyond being a strategic tool, runs through their veins. It is their raison d’être. Its beginning and its end’. Words that you can feel as we do in the report that the business magazine Castilla y León Económica published in July explaining all the news that surrounds us thanks to our new cellulose bio-packaging factory that will soon be a reality, within our Growth Plan. Read the report here. Download…

Reportaje en Castilla y León Económica
My name is Santiago Sastre, I am 54 years old, born in Barcelona, married for more than 25 years, and with two children who are now adults. My educational stage was developed entirely in an international school, so I have always had a vision and an open mind for both personal and professional relationships…