•Flexible packaging materials•Paper containers•Cups•Molded plastic products•Complex liquid containers•Cardboard containers•Marketing planning•Product planning•Development and manufacturing of functional packaging and materials•Material and structure design•Development and manufacturing of packaging-related systems machinery•Contract filling•Communication planning
At a time of diversifying personal and societal needs, packaging is taking on increasing importance as a common part of daily life. It is also being required to perform various functions and roles to improve safety and security. The fundamental concept governing Toppan's creation of packaging is "FEEL." FEEL is an acronym for "Function," "Environment," "Effect," and "Lifestyle," reflecting our aim to communicate kindness, warmth, and comfort. We provide products and services that allow users to "feel" comfort. Our Packaging unit oversees operations such as the planning, development, and manufacturing of packaging materials (flexible packaging, molded plastic products, paper containers, cardboard containers, etc.), development and manufacturing of filling and packaging systems machinery, contract filling services, and product consulting. As the customer's partner, we offer everything from packaging material and content preservation R&D to material, shape, and design proposals. Since the establishment of our Ecology Center in 1991, we have been developing environmentally friendly products and services based on indices covering 14 items for evaluating environmental impact in terms of resource efficiency, recyclability, etc. Based on these initiatives, in Packaging we are accurately identifying trends; taking a broad perspective on product planning, production, distribution, consumption, and recycling; and working together with customers to meet packaging needs.
Refill container based on a new concept employing Toppan's manufacturing technology for complex paper containers. Winner in the Improvement and Rationalization category at the 33rd Kinoshita Awards held by the Japan Packaging Institute.
Chewing gum container made mainly from paper. Applies Cartocan paper beverage container manufacturing technology and uses paper made with Japanese wood and forest thinnings.
The PACKAGE♦UM showroom-part of Toppan's active efforts to propose packaging solutions to customers.