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sustainable cardboard packaging
VPK Packaging Group is a pioneering Western European packaging company. We have been producing innovative and protective cardboard packaging for logistics purposes since 1935. We currently operate more than 46 factories in 16 countries. The secret behind this growth is our dedication to sustainability, a sound financial structure and long-term relations with our customers.
Recycled paper is the basis of our sustainable packaging. The VPK range includes customized solutions for corrugated cardboard and heavy-duty cardboard packaging, tubes and edge protectors.
We strongly believe in locally based entrepreneurship, with a stimulating environment for staff and in innovation. Together they meet our customers' most stringent requirements. VPK attaches great importance to close customer relations. This has contributed to our success over the past 80 years and will be the key to success in the future as well.
Interested in an exciting career in paper?
The aim of VPK Packaging Group is to be a tremendous employer. It's one o our three pillars. For this we rely on a stable working environment within which our staff are given room for self-development and promotion to new and interesting positions, within a sustainable framework.
Growing together sustainably
Sustainable growth is woven into the DNA of VPK Packaging Group. Ever since we were founded, we have focused on our ecological footprint and the wellbeing of our staff. We are able to grow sustainably on the basis of these two pillars and a sound financial structure.
VPK and Klingele join forces to invest in Peterson
Six months after the acquisition of Peterson by VPK Packaging Group, Klingele and VPK have announced that they will join forces to continue inve...
Remake for Raamsdonksveer
The VPK site in Raamsdonksveer (NL) has undergone a complete remake. Responding to growing customer demand, EUR 20 million has been invested to ...
Towards a more circular economy
An ambitious energy project is being launched at Blue Paper in Strasbourg. Building a power plant to convert its own residual materials into ene...