Stay close to the pulse of the times and constantly thinking ahead in order to be able to continuously meet the sustainability-related challenges of the market: a self-imposed challenge that PAPSTAR is happy to meet - eyes wide open, with the necessary constancy, but above all with transparently and authentically.
With the introduction of our "pure" product line in 2008, PAPSTAR began to set an early course for converting the range of products towards "products made from renewable raw materials" (wood and virgin fibre cardboard, sugar cane, palm leaf, bamboo, maize and agricultural residues) and to successively increase their product share. The aim is to increase the use of cardboard products made from (FSC®, Forest Stewardship Council®) certified wood from domestic forests. After all, the company's activities have been linked to wood as a raw material since 1873.
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Premium-quality products made of cardboard and paperboard have always been a strength of the PAPSTAR brand, which has its origins in the cardboard factory founded by Oswald Matheis in Olef in northwest Germany in 1873.Find out more
PAPSTAR maintains three categories of products: disposable tableware and service packaging, table and room decoration and disposable products for the household and kitchen.Find out more
The company produces and distributes all over the world. PAPSTAR primarily supplies points of sale; cash & carry markets, hypermarkets, consumer and supermarkets and specialist wholesalers.Find out more
Thanks to the sophisticated logistics and service concepts it has in place, PAPSTAR safeguards the permanent delivery capability of its entire product range.Find out more
Over 1400 employees, offices and distribution partners throughout Europe make PAPSTAR one of the leading suppliers of disposable tableware and service packaging.Find out more
PAPSTAR demonstrates the responsibility it takes for man and nature by using renewable raw materials and constantly monitoring and improving all processes.Find out more