VALENCIA, Spain , Sept. 30, 2021 (Press Release) -Hinojosa will attend the next Conxemar exhibition from 5th to 7th October in Vigo where they will present on-site sustainable packaging solutions for the fishing industry. The proposals will focus on solutions that allow the reduction or elimination of single-use plastics and prolong shelf life to avoid food waste.
At stand F17, Hinojosa’s experts will advise producers and brands on ideal sustainable alternatives for their packaging.
Halopack Octogonal: the new addition to the 360 Green Packaging range for seafood
There will be a designated area for the 360 Green Packaging range of primary packaging at the Group’s stand. The new Halopack Octogonal design is a key innovation, engineered for fresh products such as sliced salmon, hake loins, and prepared fish, etc. This design eliminates single-use plastic by up to 75%. Hinojosa is the exclusive manufacturer of this packaging design for Spain and Portugal.
Along with Halopack Octogonal, the Cartoskin and Hiliner systems will complete the 360 Green Packaging range at this exhibition.
100% recyclable alternatives to porex
Sumbox and Freshbox are Hinojosa’s sustainable alternatives to porex for seafood. 100% recyclable and disposable (in the blue container), both systems are airtight, waterproof, and ideal for transporting ice and frozen products.
A wide variety of special designs such as boxes for frozen langoustines, wild fish, aquaculture, and preserves will complete Hinojosa’s portfolio of solutions at Conxemar.
All packaging can be customized with business brand imaging. For this purpose, Hinojosa has cutting-edge technology for all types of printing techniques and specialists to advise companies on the best solutions for their products.
With more than 70 years of experience, Hinojosa is the leader of the packaging sector and is considered one of the main Spanish family business groups. The company, which has grown significantly in recent years, began its international expansion in 2020. It currently has twenty production plants located in Spain, Portugal and France. Its growth is based on innovation, specialization, customer orientation, and proximity. The company concluded 2020 with a turnover of 430 million euros.
Hinojosa's international projection is strengthened by being part of Blue Box Partners, the European alliance made up of four family-run companies that are leaders in their respective countries in the packaging sector, with nearly 10,200 employees. In 2019 BBP had 100 plants and a turnover of 2,800 million euros.