Our history is one of breakthrough packaging successes, replacing rigid alternatives and creating new markets for flexible packaging along the way. We help brands add: consumer convenience; new methods of serving and dispensing products; product safety enhancements; and time and economic savings. Each year, we safely and reliably deliver over four billion servings of food and beverages around the world.
One of the ways that Koh makes cleaning simple is by offering refillable bottles. Scholle IPN partnered with Koh to design a flexible packaging solution for their Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA)-certified Universal Cleaner line.
Ecoagro recently launched Greencopper Plus, a fertilizer that supports the nutrition and biostimulation of crops such as stone fruits, tropical fruits, and legumes. They took sustainability a step further by reexamining their current packaging.
Scholle IPN worked to redesign Good Culture’s sour cream package to create a new format that harnesses a variety of our cutting-edge technologies.
Creation Food, one of Taiwan’s largest food and food products suppliers, turned to Scholle IPN for packaging solutions for their industrial condensed milks.
A leader in aseptic packaging for beverages and desserts, KanPak provides safe packaging solutions for retail, convenience, and food service channels
Love Beauty and Planet makes sustainably-sourced beauty products, and wanted to invite their customers to take part in protecting the environment.
AJE’s Cielo and Vida brands have always looked to accompany their consumers in each of their daily activities. With our bag-in-box water package, we helped them do just that!
For the past few years, Aquasplash has used Scholle IPN flexible packaging to bring water to China and their fellow New Zealanders.
Scholle IPN partnered with Chevron to reimagine their Havoline product line to create a package that reduced the amount of oil and plastic entering landfills.
From a food truck to one of the most recognizable names in the office coffee game, Joyride has always been committed to bringing drinkers the best quality coffee since 2009.
Always spearheading new ways to be both innovative and accessible, Trinchero has used bag-in-box for some of their other wine brands, but had never adapted bag-in-box to their most iconic holding: Sutter Home.
NEXTBIO is a biotech company leading the industry in natural extraction. They’ve developed patented technology that makes extracts of cold brew coffee and tea—both of which can deteriorate in quality when they’re exposed to oxygen.
Fabenne noticed that while wine production was growing in Brazil, consumption wasn’t. Wine was too expensive, meaning most Brazilians only drank it on special occasions. Fabenne set out to fix the problem of accessibility by launching a bag-in-box.
With the world shifting their perspective to a more circular economy, Lee Kum Kee was looking for a package format that could reduce their impact on the environment.
Australian owned, grown, and produced Winesmiths became its own standalone brand in 2020. They craft premium, vegan bag-in-box wine from South Australian grapes of a single vintage, without sacrificing quality.
Costco decided to bottle their well-love Kirkland Signature brand of wines in bag-in-box and found a ready-and-waiting fan base.
For Danonino, there is nothing more important than families. And we know what parents want is to make their kids happy and healthy. That’s why, for more than 50 years, Danonino has been part of the daily routines of kids and parents. Danonino is a product that kids love and parents feel good about giving it to their kids.
Size is no match for Tiny House Coffee Roasters when it comes to making a big impact. Choosing Bag-in-box was the next logical step.
H&H Products Company has grown from a small beverage concentrate business into one of the largest and most influential beverage concentrate and liquid foodservice providers in the nation.
Scholle IPN had the opportunity to walk with Wandering Bear Coffee from their kitchen in Queens, to full production, selling boxes of cold brew coffee across the United States.
For over 20 years, Aspen Beverage Group has excelled at creating custom beverage solutions for its customers, specializing in coffee and tea concentrates.
Daus, previously Ourolac, was experiencing product loss due to their legacy packaging. To solve the issue of product waste, they looked to Scholle IPN’s aseptic bag-in-box packaging.
Burnbrae Farms has been a leading producer of eggs for over 50 years and is dedicated to quality, health, and innovation.
Griffon Brands launched their premium vodka, Griffon Vault, in the Scholle IPN Proof, a 1-liter bag-in-box package.
Bota Box, the nation’s leading eco-friendly wine producer of premium 3-liter varietals, announces the launch of Bota Brick, a groundbreaking new entry in the 1.5-liter wine category.
Shell Lubricants was striving to satisfy their customer’s need for the most sustainable and ergonomic package for motor oil in the industry.
GoodWest Industries® started as a small dairy in Pennsylvania, USA and has grown into a multi-national company specializing in shelf-stable dairy products, iced coffee, liquid sugar, iced tea and nacho cheese.
Don Sebastiani & Sons, a family owned and operated winery, wanted to extend their successful Pepperwood Grove brand’s package offering to include both 750mL glass bottles and 3-liter bag-in-box.
Manitowoc Foodservice® is a world leader in innovative foodservice kitchen and restaurant equipment solutions, representing some the world’s most recognized and leading foodservice equipment brands in food and beverage.
Quality is the cornerstone for Galloway’s products, using only fresh ingredients from the best quality farm milk in the state. Galloway and their customers were both growing and looking to expand.
SAS was introduced to Scholle IPN to establish a packaging line in order to bring bag-in-box packaging to a brand new market.