At Luxe Pack Monaco and for its 25th anniversary, Procos is introducing the “Grace Box” a patented packaging solution that addresses the growing demand for environmentally friendly alternatives.
Three versions are available: a lacquered version with a magnetic closure, a single-material version without a magnet in two colours and two constructions (Construction 1: Box + lid; Construction 2: Box with groove + lid).
“Carefully designed, this eco-friendly box pushes the boundaries of sustainability. Made of eco- friendly materials, it is a testament to our commitment to the planet,” highlighted Leander Kritikos, CEO of Procos.
Ultra-condensed recycled brown cardboard
At the heart of the “Grace Box” is an innovative composition made mainly from ultra-condensed recycled brown cardboard. This ensures that this new box is fully recyclable and reusable, depending on the finish, significantly reducing plastic waste and its harmful impact on the environment.
As a result, according to Procos, is approximately 10% lighter than a grey board and approximately 30-40% lighter than a wooden box of a similar size and building. Moreover, Procos also claims the Grace Box effectively resists deformation, ensuring that products are perfectly protected throughout their journey.
But there is more about it! The “Grace Box” is 10-15% cheaper than conventional grey cardboard boxes of the same thickness. This allows brands to make sustainable choices without compromising their profitability.
“The Grace Box embodies our vision to drive positive change in the packaging industry. By introducing this environmentally friendly solution, Procos aims to revolutionize the way companies approach their packaging needs and contribute to a greener, more sustainable world,” continued Leander Kritikos.
With companies around the world being actively seeking environmentally friendly alternatives to reduce their carbon footprint, this new lightweight, sustainable, cost-effectiveness and reliable box could take over retailers as well as other key players from luxury sectors, including watch, jewellery, cosmetic and fragrance makers.