CARTONPACK Quality System is focused on the organization and efficiency of the various production areas as an essential condition to ensure customer satisfaction, the safety of our products and respect for the environment.

The stresses deriving from an increasingly diversified and attentive to quality requirements, result in a series of activities aimed at controlling our products within the production cycle. They are entrusted to man as well as to technologically advanced inspection and analysis equipment for raw materials, semi-finished and finished products.

CARTONPACK has a qualified team in the area of ​​legislative compliance and product risk assessment. This function is constantly updated and follows the regulations relating to materials and objects in contact with food, both nationally and internationally.

Acting in synergy with public and private bodies (universities, research centers, accredited laboratories), CARTONPACK has been operating for many years within an Integrated Quality and Environment Management System, certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 and in compliance with the BRC / IOP standard, which is aimed directly at the producers of materials in contact with food and was created with the aim of guaranteeing the customer hygienic / sanitary safety.




The company has a laboratory capable of monitoring raw materials, semi-finished products and the finished product in order to ensure the maintenance of pre-established production standards. All this to ensure the quality of the same by minimizing the possibility of non-compliance and processing waste. The assiduous checks, carried out on all phases of the production process, are carried out using the latest generation technologies; thermal, mechanical, analytical analysis, chromatography, IR spectroscopy are just a few examples. Through the know-how developed over time and through the use of the most advanced instrumentation, CARTONPACK carries out constant research and development that allows it to incorporate new market trends.

A preliminary study phase, followed by a subsequent design phase, allows the creation of new materials and the development of innovative processes aimed at improving the shelf-life of food without ever forgetting respect for the environment.

The quality is also supported by a wide-ranging product traceability and traceability and is appropriately implemented both in the MES and WMS fields in declarative form but also in the form of sampling of the same.

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