Changing habits to contribute to a circular economy

Old habits die hard, and none can be truer than the way in which we create and dispose of the products that we use. Moulding the way in which we operate our plant and equipment and manufacture our products – by rethinking and redesigning the way our products are made – will contribute to the impact of what the circular economy is aiming to achieve. For this process to work, it requires commitment not just from large businesses, but also small businesses, organisations and individuals, across the globe.

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Mylene Paynter
Domes are a piece of cake!

Packaging and transporting gorgeous cakes and appetising tarts is a tricky business but one that can be conveniently carried out using the right type of container. Created by RPC Astrapak Thermopac, the distinctive thermoformed black cake bases, and clear dome lids are fitting, high-quality containers ideal for the task, making the transportation and storage of freshly baked cakes and tarts “a piece of cake”.

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Mylene Paynter
Nothing of value comes easily

Think back to a time when companies strived to manufacture excellent products that were intended to last. Everything from cars to household appliances were made to uphold a high quality and these products could endure the test of time; they were durable and reliable.

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Mylene Paynter
Food safety compliance is key for JJ Precision

RPC Astrapak congratulates the JJ Precision site on retaining their FSSC 22000 certification after a recent audit at the Maxmead premises. Quality is an important element of the Group’s operating practices and the recertification confirms that JJ Precision remains compliant – an essential key customer requirement.

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Mylene Paynter
The sky is the limit for Thoko

Late American animator Walt Disney once said, “If you can dream it, you can do it” and RPC Astrapak’s Thoko Dlamini based at Head Office says that her dreams are big as she reaches for the sky by progressing her knowledge of the business.

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Mylene Paynter