Flexible bag-in-box and pouch packaging provide eco-conscious solutions that keep your food products safe and fresh. In retail, foodservice, or industrial food applications, our products dispense easily, improve efficiency, and reduce waste.
Flexible bag-in-box and pouch packaging provide eco-conscious solutions that keep your products safe from fill through end use. Any flowable food product—from applesauce to yogurt to tomatoes—dispenses safely, efficiently, and thoroughly with our products, in retail, business, or industrial settings. Count on our decades of proven expertise to find a solution that is 100% right for your market needs. From hot-fill to ESL to aseptic, and retail pouch or bag-in-box to institutional to industrial, we’ve got you covered.
Our mission is simple; to help the world’s leading brands deliver their products in the best way possible. We do this by combining films, fitments, and equipment to help you go-to-market simply and quickly with a total flexible packaging solution tailored to your specific needs:
With a strong history of success over the past seven decades, you can count on us to help you deliver your products where they need to go, while empowering you on your journey through the circular economy.
With Scholle IPN, you have peace of mind that your products are delivered as you intend with our film, fitments, and equipment for a total packaging solution.
Earth’s resources are strained like never before. We believe it’s our duty to steward these elements for future generations. That’s why we’re committed to creating flexible packaging products that enable environmental responsibility and assist you on your own journey through the circular economy, with:
Sustainability in flexible packaging has many metrics to define a number of it advantages over rigid packaging formats. One such metric is the product-to-package ratio, or “the ratio of the weight of all packaging material used to the weight of the product or functional unit delivered.*”
Many rigid packaging formats are comprised of heavy materials like glass or metals. These require more energy to produce, transport, and store. This, often, leads to a ratio that is closer to parity. Because flexible packaging has the capability of being downgauged to an optimal, lightweight structure, the resulting ratios show a wider gap between the two numbers.
The better the product-to-package ratio is, the more likely your packaging solution is a better, environmentally-conscious choice for your brand.