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Consumer Packaging

Packed to protect. Styled to sell.

Customised packaging design and solutions for frozen, chilled and ambient products

Injection moulding for packaging has been consistently developed over the past few years. In the food industry, this type of packaging continues to gain new market shares. A growing number of companies are taking advantage of this technology along with in-mould labeling, which integrates both the plastic container and labeling into a single manufacturing step in the package manufacturing process.  We develop our packaging solutions in close cooperation with the customer, resulting in unique convenience packaging shapes that stand out on the supermarket shelf and give products a fresh image that appeals to new consumer target groups.

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And the Emmi goes to… Sonoco
Swiss dairy choses IML packaging for about 50 yoghurt varieties

Swiss yoghurt is becoming a top seller in Asia and the Middle East, whether it is pineapple yoghurt in Asia or strawberry flavour in the United Arab Emirates. The Emmi Group headquartered in Lucerne, Switzerland relies on Sonoco’s in-mould labelling (IML) solutions to pack its about 50 different yoghurt varieties and flavours. These high-quality packages are produced using thin-walled injection techniques and replace the previous deep-drawn cups with self-adhesive labels. Learn more about this collaboration.

Markets Served

  • Frozen Foods - This technology makes it possible to use coulor-coded lids to indicate the type of product and offers a look at what's inside the package.
  • Processed Foods - For superior shelf presence, use in-mould labeling to convey your brand message and show the product inside.
  • Perishable Foods - We supply packaging solutions that make it possible to cure perishable products in the sealed package with in-mould labeling to extend shelf life.

Learn more about our experience with consumer markets.


The plant expansion Zwenkau was funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Free State of Saxony.

Quality Management

Our quality and hygiene management system continuously monitors and optimizes our business processes. Integrated management systems meet DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 standards and follow HACCP principles as well as environmental protection and occupational safety guidelines.


Certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 (matrix certification).

Certified according to BRC/IoP (technical standards recommended by the British Retail Consortium).

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