Sustainable Packaging Solutions
For nearly 25 years Pasco packaging has maintained a solemn promise to provide an innovative and sustainable packaging solution, flexibility and dedication when meeting the needs of our customers. Today, the market in South Africa requires a supplier that can not only produce cost effective paper bags, but also a multitude of eco-friendly packaging options in various sizes that retailers, restaurants, and grocers alike demand. In keeping with our oath of providing value to our customers, we are proud to introduce our new line of custom Paper Bags that will be produced with our state of the art machinery. You can view our process here.
Our company offers a wide range of packaging options for both retail and e-commerce use, making it easy for businesses to switch to a more sustainable packaging solution. Our paper bags are made from high-quality, biodegradable and sustainable materials, of which up to 100% can be recycled materials, which makes them a more environmentally friendly option than plastic bags. They are also durable and can be customised to display your brand identity.
We have the ability to produce our bags in custom sizes that are more in tune to the real demands of the marketplace. Six colour custom printing is available for your specialised needs, with options to customise the bag handle and add your own branding.
Why choose Pasco?
Pasco Packaging wants to help you switch to sustainable bags in style, not only to reduce your environmental impact, but also to market your business. As a leading company offering you a sustainable packaging solution, we will also help you every step of the way to design your fully custom paper bags.
We want to ensure that your custom paper bags are designed to perfectly reflect your business so that you are able to boost your branding all while helping to reduce the use of single-use plastics and its impact on the environment.
One of the main benefits of using our paper bags is that they are made from up to 100% post-consumer waste, meaning that they are made from paper that has already been used and would otherwise end up in South Africa’s already overflowing landfills. By recycling these materials we are reducing the demand for new resources and helping to keep our planet cleaner.