An inclusive eco-packaging for electronic commerce, designed by four young promises of eco-design graduated from UNIZAR, triumphs at the 2020 Paper Values Awards, organized by the paper chain industry.
Designed by four young promises of ecodesign graduated from UNIZAR
- A packaging for e-commerce courier shipments made one hundred percent in cardboard with a mechanical closure system, without adhesives, which facilitates recyclability.
- An example of sustainable and inclusive Packaging due to its eco-design and its intuitive nature that facilitates both shipping and returns
- The 2020 Paper Values Awards, promoted by 11 organizations of the paper chain industry gathered at the Paper Forum, will be delivered on March 24, 2020 at Auditorium 400 of the Reina Sofía National Museum in Madrid, within the framework of the annual event of the Paper Forum.
It is a packaging for e-commerce courier shipments manufactured one hundred percent in cardboard with a mechanical closure system, without adhesives, which facilitates recyclability. An example of sustainable and inclusive Packaging due to its eco-design and its intuitive nature that facilitates both shipping and returns.
The Jury of the sixth edition of the Paper Values Awards has unanimously awarded the Natural Award to Andrea Asión Ariño, Nuria Goldáraz Salamero, Natalia Chueca Gracia and Bárbara María Velazco Sada, as young promises called to renew packaging ecodesign with projects such as the packaging for "CAISOR" e-commerce courier shipments.
The CAISOR Eco-packaging
This packaging solution, developed by the four young graduates in Industrial Design Engineering and Product Development from the University of Zaragoza, has also been recognized in the Liderpack Awards and WorldStar Student Awards.
The delivery of the VI Paper Values Awards will take place on March 24, 2020 at Auditorium 400 of the Reina Sofía National Museum in Madrid, within the framework of the annual event of the Paper Forum.
THE VALUES OF PAPER AWARDS: WHAT THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY PRIZE
The Valores delPapel Awards are promoted by the 11 organizations of the paper chain that make up the Foro del Papel.
In the five previous editions, the designers Lóbulo, Noelia Lozano, Wanda Barcelona, Elena Lobera and Alejandra Musquívar were awarded; the National Library of Spain; the writers Lorenzo Silva, Antonio Muñoz Molina, Julia Navarro, LuisMateo Díez and Almudena Grandes; the Marca newspaper, Cuadernos Rubio, Montblanc, Honda, Nintendo, Loewe, the J. Vilaseca tricentennial paper mill, Ebro Foods, ElCorte Inglés, Lidl, the Pedro García shoe company, the Tolosa Paper School, Mahou San Miguel, the Pepita Mola Foundation and chef Firo Vázquez.
The Paper Values Awards focus on the characteristic attributes of this material: its essential, valuable, natural, innovative and renewable character, which give name to the five awards given in each edition. They represent the recognition of the world of paper to people and organizations that are distinguished by embodying these values in activities or initiatives in the cultural, artistic or literary, communication, marketing or advertising, educational, sports or entertainment world, economic and business, environmental, scientific and technological, social or humanitarian and political.