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Thimm has designed a customised display for the relaunch of fair chocolate bars and the market launch of new bars from Jokolade. For the secondary placement at the POS, the focus is on sustainability - and the display not only fulfils this visually: made from 100 percent recyclable corrugated cardboard it can be easily returned to the reusable material cycle.
The installation of HP’s PageWide T1195i Press, which is scheduled to go into operation at Thimm’s Alzey site in 2024, is already in full swing. Now Thimm is providing an insight into the technical innovations with which the new system combines even shorter delivery times with sustainable printing processes.
Thimm invests in a modern CorruCUT rotary die-cutter for more production capacity and short delivery times
Thimm Group is continuing the expansion of its plants and is commissioning a new rotary die-cutter at its Bavarian site in Wolnzach. The high-performance CorruCUT from Koenig & Bauer delivers a significant increase in production capacity of high-quality packaging. Thimm has invested around EUR 5.5 million in the new plant and in additional machine peripherals.
Thimm Group significantly increases revenue in 2022 and sets the course for long-term corporate success
Customer focus: Successful realignment to the consumer goods industry and e-commerce
Digitalisation vision: “Internet of Packs” raises supply chain digitalisation to the next level
Sustainability: Cautiously positioned for the future
Next milestone in the “Internet of Packs”: Thimm is investing EUR 20 million in another HP digital printing system at the Alzey site
Thimm Group has taken the next step in its digitalisation strategy and is investing EUR 20 million in a second digital printing system and associated peripheral works. The HP PageWide T1195i Press is scheduled to be commissioned at the Alzey site in the first quarter of 2024. The new digital printing system is an important milestone for the packaging manufacturer in the digitalisation of its supply chains and in achieving the digitalisation vision of the “Internet of Packs”.
Thimm has commissioned a high-performance production line at the Czech corrugated cardboard plant for around EUR 3 million. The new folder-gluer and auxiliary unit doubles production capacity compared to previous systems. The new machine will also relieve the workload of production specialists in terms of ergonomics and productivity. The system is part of the major investment programme announced by Thimm Group.
Packaging and display manufacturer Thimm is investing in its Northeim site in southern Lower Saxony and is commissioning a new inline system for the further processing of corrugated cardboard. Thimm is therefore continuing to align the plant to the increasing requirements in the consumer goods and e-commerce sectors.
Wörrstadt gluing centre for packaging expands further: Investments of more than EUR 4 million implemented
Thimm has installed another new production line only a few months after commissioning its last folder-gluer. This expansion at the Wörrstadt site is intended to meet the increasing demand for e-commerce packaging. With this machine investment of EUR 4.2 million the packaging manufacturer is aiming for zero-defect deliveries with minimal production time.
Thimm is celebrating multiple successes at this year’s POPAI D-A-CH Awards: The manufacturer of packaging and display solutions was able to successfully position itself in five out of 15 categories. The winners were announced as part of a gala event in Düsseldorf on the evening of 9 June.
Dedicated focus on the consumer goods industry: Packaging manufacturer Thimm sells its industrial goods division to the Japanese Rengo Group
Thimm Group, headquartered in Northeim in Lower Saxony, Germany, will orient the family business towards the consumer goods industry over the next few years. As recently reported, over the next five years, Thimm is planning investments of EUR 400 million in automation, digitalisation, modernisation, and the expansion of all its locations to achieve this objective.
Thimm, a family-business, has won the Best Managed Companies Award 2022, making it one of the outstandingly managed companies in Germany for the third year in a row. The contest run by Deloitte Private, Credit Suisse, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and Federation of German Industries (BDI), is a quality seal for successful medium-sized companies. The awards ceremony took place on 12 May in Düsseldorf.
Corrugated cardboard manufacturer Thimm is presenting its innovative and sustainable shipping packaging at this year’s E-Commerce Berlin Expo. The exhibition stand will also feature packaging solutions from brand manufacturers including Carta Clothing, Douglas, DüngMe, flaconi, MEDI-MARKT Homecare and Physical Nation. The organiser is expecting more than 8,000 participants at the “Station Berlin” location.
Fish sustainably packaged: Environmentally-friendly packaging for the takeaway business at Nordsee GmbH
Sustainability has always been extremely important at Nordsee GmbH. The leading supplier of fish specialities in Europe is now relying on new sustainable packaging made from corrugated cardboard. The packaging is used in the restaurant chain’s takeaway sales and replaces the previous plastic packaging.
Sales revenue increases by 15 percent to almost EUR 700 million in 2021
Focus on consumer goods: Thimm plans to invest EUR 400 million over the next five years
Management change: The next generation of family entrepreneurs takes over
Successful completion of the BRCGS certification: Christiansen Print secures award for high safety and quality standards
Christiansen Print, based in Lower Saxony, has been awarded the BRC Global Standard for Packaging and Packaging Materials Certificate. By achieving classification A, the European market leader in flexo and digital web press is expanding its expertise in the further processing of packaging materials for food products.
Sustainable actions to conserve resources are becoming increasingly important. Many companies are realigning their processes to focus on environmental and climate protection in order to assume ecological and social responsibility. In cooperation with ClimatePartner, packaging manufacturer Thimm is helping its customers offset their CO2e emissions and produce climate-neutral packaging and displays. The fashion label Madeleine, a supplier of high-quality women’s fashion, also relies on this type of packaging from Thimm.
Genuport Trade GmbH recently began a partnership with American chocolate manufacturer, The Hershey Company. Thimm has developed an efficient pallet display to position confectionery products from the well-known American brand Reese’s in retail outlets. Genuport has focused on a promotional design for the highlight of the American football season.