KOSCHEM GROUP

production with full responsibility

30

years on the market

200

employees

3000

plant area

7040,356

CO2 footprint reduction

IN TUNE WITH NATURE

We are a company specialising in manufacturing with plastics. For over 30 years, we have been guided by the following principles: responsibility, caring for others and keeping up to date with the latest state-of-the-art technologies. Our company’s headquarters are located in a Natura 2000 area. Their proximity to the area has prompted us to refine our processes, so our products are created with the greatest respect for the nature around us.

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Food industry

Cosmetics industry

Chemical industry

Other plastic products

Our products

When developing new packaging concepts, we supply a comprehensive supply of high-quality plastic products. We give support with our technical expertise, technological and design analysis.

We ensure a reduction in production costs using state-of-the-art solutions while maintaining the highest quality.

OUR PRIORITY IS

Conservation of natural resources

  • closed cooling system with ergonomic use of water;
  • no harmful substances involved in the production process;
  • sustainable waste management policy;
  • option for using “ocean plastic”, “post-consumer”, “post-production” regranulates
  • low air and noise pollution.
FULLY

Energy-efficient process

  • electric injection moulding machines with a high-precision control system;
  • electric fleet of company cars;
  • production hall heated with energy from the production park;
  • power from a solar farm;
  • energy-efficient lighting systems.
INTERNAL

Recycling

The internal recycling of post-production waste enables 100% of it to be recycled, making our technology waste-free. Alongside this, it is also possible to use the following regranulates on request:

  • “Ocean Plastic” from the marine industry – mainly from nets and ropes that have reached the end of their life cycle
  • Post-consumer, i.e. from consumer waste, certified “EuCertPlast”
  • Post-production, i.e. from manufacturing waste