Made in France … near you!
The TUPACK Group, French manufacturer of cardboard tubes
The TUPACK Group is made up of 3 independent but complementary entities spread over French territory:
- ALLPACK TUPACK in Boissy-le-Cutté, near Paris
- EM2 TUPACK in Ancenis, near Nantes
- NEUVISTAC TUPACK in Dagneux-Montluel, near Lyon.
Thus, more than products made in France, we make tubes, mandrels, cardboard rings, etc… near you!
This proximity allows us to create a special bond with our customers, to develop a privileged commercial relationship and to be more responsive.
Actors in the local economy, our three sites contribute to the dynamism and life of the regions in which they are located.
A reduced ecological impact
A smaller carbon footprint & a strong ecological commitment
Products made in France have a reduced environmental impact compared to those that have traveled hundreds or even thousands of kilometers to reach their destination.
Within the TUPACK group, we attach great importance to environmental issues. This is why the geographic distribution of our companies is a real asset. It makes it possible to limit our carbon footprint to better respect nature and people.
At the same time, wishing to embark on a virtuous approach, we only use 100% recycled materials and the cardboard tubes, cores, rings, etc. that we produce are 100% recyclable.
Short delivery times
By producing closer to home, we reduce transport-related CO2 emissions while guaranteeing shorter delivery times and the best possible products to serve your performance.
Indeed, who says less distance to travel to deliver our cardboard tubes, says, a fortiori, reduced deadlines. Simple and efficient.
Lower delivery costs
Since cardboard is a light product, transport costs can very quickly increase and have a significant impact on the price of the products.
The presence of our companies on the territory allows us toguarantee reduced delivery costs. This is a real advantage for our customers, who can thus benefit from our know-how without having to incur additional costs related to the shipping of their orders.