Compared to other construction materials, such as plastic, metal or wood, cardboard allows for quicker reaction times, more possibilities of design and modification, as well as cost- and time efficient production, transport, assembly and storage. This makes cardboard not only a good alternative, but a necessary reaction to economic, ecological and cultural challenges.

UNIQUE MATERIAL, UNIQUE BENEFITS

QUICK REACTION TIME
Light and easy to shape, cardboard can meet diverse needs very quickly. This is particularly relevant in the trade fair, event and stage sector. Spontaneous changes are easily responded to.

COST AND TIME EFFICIENT
Easy processing saves time and money during production. It is efficiently stored as plain boards. This saves space and additional costs during transport and storage. As a recyclable material, cardboard will keep ensuring low costs in the future.

UNUSUAL WAYS OF DESIGN
Cardboard can be painted, pasted up and acts as a perfect projection screen – a platform of interaction and individuality.

HIGH TECH AND FIREPROOF
Ongoing R&D programs continuously improve such characteristics as strength-to-weight ratios, printability, moisture barriers and recyclability.
If required, our elements will be saturated with an environmentally friendly fire redundant and meet the fire regulations of fairs, stages and events.

SUSTAINABILITY

Our products are created in a minimum proportion of 90% out of corrugated cardboard, which is expected to release 1.0 kg of CO2 per 1.0 kg of product ( cca 2 boards 2,5m/1,60m). In comparison to other materials, this is one of the lowest ( see comparisons http://www.co2list.org/).The CO2 emissions of plastic are about five times larger than those of cardboard. Corrugated cardboard is durable, has an average of 85% recycled fibres and can be completely recycled itself.


We reduce the use of machines with a high CO2 generation in our production process. This is why our final part of the assembly process is done by hand, locally. Be it furniture, stages or decorations, we do not use machines to put it together, but screws and a skilled assembly team.


We try to optimize processes such as: transportation, storage, cutting, waste reduction by calculating for each project what would be the less harming method to deliver.