Stora Enso wins four ScanStar packaging design awards

Winning designs are made of renewable wood fiber

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Vogue Scandinavia- An eco-friendly magazine packaging design by Stora Enso
Vogue Scandinavia- An eco-friendly magazine packaging design by Stora Enso

Stora Enso has received four Nordic ScanStar awards for convenient, eco-friendly packaging designs that replace plastic. All winning designs are made of the renewable wood fiber. The ScanStar awards received 32 submissions from the Nordic countries this year, and 14 awards were given out. The jury assessed the level of competition to be high.

Lists of Stora Enso’s winning designs 

Eco-friendly magazine packaging concept for Vogue Scandinavia

Vogue Scandinavia is disrupting the publishing industry in many ways. One of the unique features of Vogue Scandinavia is its sustainable packaging concept. There are two packaging versions: Normal Edition and the Collectors’ Item Limited Edition made from Ensocoat by Stora Enso. The package replaces the traditional single-use plastic wrapping used in magazines.

The magazine and packaging are carbon-neutral, made with a renewable, low-carbon raw material, and energy-efficient production. The remaining emissions are offset by using the CarbonZero service by Stora Enso, collaborating with compensation partner the South Pole.

EcoFreshBox

EcoFreshBox
EcoFreshBox

The innovative berry container comes in several sizes and can be used for many other products too. It replaces plastic packaging – even the integrated lid is made from a corrugated board. Half a million renewable berry containers can help cut out 4500 kilograms of fossil plastic. The packaging is cost-effective, easy to use, rigid, and effortless to flatten before recycling. Customer-specific images can be printed on the package to increase visibility and attractiveness.

Lighting track Multipack

Lighting track Multipack
Lighting track Multipack

The corrugated board packaging is optimized for transporting fragile products. It has innovative folding with corner protections. It helps streamline the packaging process, helps avoid plastics as plastic wrapping is not needed, and is very protective and reduces transportation damages. The packaging is user-friendly in packing and unpacking and simple to recycle.

Packaging for intelligent fridge

Intelligent fridge miniature model
Intelligent fridge miniature model

The renewable logistics packaging is made for an intelligent fridge, currently used by Selfly Store by Stora Enso. Selfly Store is a complete, easy-to-set-up solution that enables you to run your unmanned self-service micro-store. The packaging replaces solutions that typically include a mix of materials: EPS, shrink-plastic, and wood. It is trouble-free to recycle as this packaging is fully made of renewable corrugated board. The packaging process does not require any external tools and supports ergonomic work throughout the supply chain.

 

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