Our Vision

Being a leader in green, innovative technologies began with one great idea: Reducing the impact on our environment must start with a commitment to clean, responsible industrial practices. Our concept to develop packaging from renewable materials grew into real, tangible solutions to create products and components that are not only cutting-edge and reliable, but environmentally and ecologically sound.


We use environmentally safe plant fiber as the raw material for production.

Highly pliable

These materials are naturally highly pliable, allowing for diverse design possibilities.

Bamboo pulp

Using bamboo significantly reduces the deforestation of trees. Bamboo can grow at 12 inches a year.

Bagasse pulp

A plentiful by-product of the sugar making process that would normally be thrown away.


Our molded fiber and rigid boxes are flexible in their design, able to deliver a plethora of different appearances, structures, and unboxing experiences. View our portfolio for more examples.

Natural Texture

Molded fiber can be made with various finishes ranging from smooth to rough, in order to provide a unique experience to consumers. Molded fiber can be formed in black or white.

Embossing / Debossing

Our fiber molding allows for Embossing and Debossing, adding a tactile and visual element to your packaging that immediately elevates the status, look, and feel of your product.

Structural Advantage

A single layer forming process allows additional layers to easily be added to strengthen the package depending on product needs.

Multi-Variable Shape Formation

Different from paper-substrate packaging, molded fiber allows diverse design possibilities and more options due to the materials’ high pliability. View the case study to see more about this case.

There are over 9 million tons of plastic waste in the ocean.

The use of molded fiber will help eliminate plastic waste which makes up most of the ocean's garbage. Imagine, a wast-free environment for us all to enjoy. It only takes 6 months for our molded fiber to decompose, compared with 450+ years for plastic.