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November 21, 2011

Rengo to Exhibit at Eco-Products 2011

Eco-Products 2011

 

Rengo Co., Ltd. (Head Office: Kita-ku, Osaka; President & CEO: Kiyoshi Otsubo) announces that the company will be exhibiting at Eco-Products 2011, one of Japan’s largest environmental exhibitions. Rengo defines itself as a “General Packaging Industry” that advances packaging technologies and creates new value through constant innovations to actively meet all of the packaging needs of various industries. In addition to recycling corrugated board, Rengo also engages in a range of initiatives to improve the environmental friendliness of packaging.



Overview of Eco-Products 2011

Name The 13th Eco-Products 2011
Schedule

December 15 (Thu) – 17 (Sat), 2011; 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
(December 17: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)

Venue Tokyo International Exhibition Center “Tokyo Big Sight” (East Hall 1–6)
Organizer Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry, Nikkei Inc.
Admission Free

* For details, please visit the website (http://eco-pro.com/eco2011/english/index.html).

 

 

Overview of Rengo’s Exhibit

Rengo booth Image

 

Concept Have fun learning about corrugated packaging at “Exciting Lifestyles with Corrugated Packaging”
Booth location East Hall 5, booth 5-038
Outline

Corrugated board is a 100% recyclable packaging material, but unfortunately this fact is not widely known. This booth, which is focused on the recycling process to transform used corrugated boxes from homes and shops into new boxes, exhibits actual boxes and allows visitors to learn in a fun, easy-to-understand fashion. At the booth, the various possibilities inherent to corrugated packaging in daily life will be displayed based on the theme of “Exciting Lifestyles with Corrugated Packaging.” In addition, numerous types of environmentally friendly corrugated products with specific functions will also be exhibited.

 

All visitors to our booth who take a short, fun quiz will receive a special corrugated board Christmas tree.