Definition of sustainability
The discussion about the sustainability or about enterprises operating economically is as long-winded as is the understanding of the notion of sustainability which has been integrated in colloquial language but has not been defined yet in conclusion.
Already in the 18th century, sustainability paraphrased a concept used in forestry where the long-lasting preservation of the forest was worded as its most important purpose in order to secure the highest possible yield for the generations existing at that time and in future. That meant and means that only the quantity of wood may be taken out which grows again so that the continuance of the forest is secured. Consequently, all economical objectives e.g. the increase in returns have to be subordinate to the ecological ones.
This was however not able to win through on account of its biased consideration. In order to find a political compromise, the notion sustainability is today discussed on the international stage on the basis of the definition published in the so-called Brundtland Report
in 1987 pursuant to which any development is only sustainable when the requirements of the respective present age can be measured up to without putting at risk that future generations will not be able to satisfy their own needs.
Brundtland Report, p. 16 paragr. 27, p 41 paragr. 1
It follows from that the so-called Three-Pillar-Concept according to which entrepreneurial decisions are to take into consideration
economical, ecological and social factors at the same time.
We consider our sustainable commitment not only as a social necessity but as a prerequisite for being a reliable supply partner for our customers also in future.
Basically, the sustainable development is an adaptable process in the course of which the utilization of resources, the objective of investments, the direction of technological development and the institutional changes harmonise with each other and increase the present and future potential of meeting human needs and desires.
Brundtland Report, p. 41 paragr. 2
Service means for us in its basic meaning
to provide good service for our customers with the objective of complying with their variegated requirements.

Starting with the project phase, packaging consultancy via sampling
and supply to the point of production support, elaboration of common
IT solutions such as:
- VMI – Vendor Managed Inventory
- EDI – Electronic Data Interchange, etc., we accompany you professionally with passion and commitment.
With our information,
we help our customers
to react fast to the continuously changing requirements of the markets – particularly for the packaging
of sensitive products.

We underwrite the product safety by a permanent audit mode.
State-of-the-art technical and communications systems
support the whole team.
For instance: Optical film web control system, digital all-over traceability, Digital Roll Data Collection (RDH), Integrated Management System (IMS), external product testing, management system for food safety, IFS logistics.
Our films are manufactured under hygienically unobjectionable conditions on state-of-the-art installations.
The production is controlled digitally and monitored by a management team who are supported by the latest
information technology.

Core of our internal logistics is a pallet transport system across the buildings linking the machine centres among themselves as well as the shipping area with the central pallet storage area among each other.
Highly motivated and qualified teams organise complex processes, using modern data processing, storage and conveying technology. We always keep updated through logistics-specific training courses.
HAGNER PET Future Films Polylux®
enjoy high confidence
on account of their excellent
properties in all packaging markets
where environmental safety,
transparency, stableness, good
barrier properties, printability,
etc. are required.

It is not the packaging, but
your product that is put forward
and presented expressively and
protected in the best manner.

Good operating characteristics
and high cycle rates allow
the processing to work economically
on all well-established FFS lines
and thermoforming installations.

Unprecedentedly among the polymers,
PET has been established as a
globally used plastic material
having a high potential for
development up to BioPet on the
basis of renewable raw materials.
PET Films Polylux ® on the roll and as sheets • Composite films on the roll