Investment for continued high quality prototypes for our customers

The latest investment at FrontPac is a new CAD-table that is faster and has even more precise precision when creating prototypes.

Through the investment, we can continue to ensure a high quality of prototypes for our customers.

Martin Enocson, Managing Director at FrontPac
FrontPac investerar i cad-bord

Thanks to the CAD-table, the designers can test different design alternatives and different formats and then decide on the best packaging solution. The CAD-table can work with all conventional materials such as cardboard and C, B, E and F – flute, but it can also work with new materials that come to replace the plastic. This means that we are equipped for the needs of the future.

The new table also makes it possible to create prototypes even more similar to our production-produced packaging. It can cut out prototypes with a special knife that gives the packaging an appearance similar to a punched packaging. It gives you, as a customer, a good feeling for how the punched packaging behaves when, for example being opened and closed.

Tomas Johansson, Project Manager at FrontPac
FrontPac investerar i cad-bord

The need for a new CAD-table is among other things based on the expansion FrontPac is undergoing, not least through the merger with Antpac 2019. With more packagingdesigners we are in need of a even faster and more efficient table and we are well equipped by having two cutting tables in our operations.

All investments in the company are part of the plan to increase the turnover to half a billion SEK.

Martin Enocson, Managing Director at FrontPac


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FrontPac is Scandinavia’s leading manufacturer of packaging in offset printed corrugated cardboard. We are a complete packaging manufacturer, from paper on roll through our own conversion to finished packaging. We are located in Arlöv just outside Malmö and we currently have around 150 employees with a turnover of around SEK 300 million.


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