CupPrint are proud to announce Grade A status for the BRCGS Global Standard for Packaging and Packaging Materials at their Ennis, Co. Clare manufacturing site.
The rigorous protocols and processes that the High Hygiene standard demands ensure that both CupPrint’s customers and consumers are protected by the stringent product safety and Quality Management programs in place.
Best Practice and Quality Management
Along with their commitment to sustainable product innovation, CupPrint’s dedication to excellence in Supply Chain Management is intended to further assure customers that they have access to both the highest choice and quality of products.
The CupPrint range includes sustainable options, such as compostable paper cups, as well the first and only recyclable paper cup that was designed for and certified specifically to be processed by regular paper processing plants.
The scope of the BRCGS Grade A status includes the manufacture of single and double-walled paper cups, containers and lids at CupPrint’s primary manufacturing facility in Ireland. (Either with or without embossing or foil blocking).
In addition to food-safe inks, coatings and raw materials, the BRCGS rating demonstrates the levels of diligence CupPrint takes to safeguard hygiene standards for their customers.
You can view the listing for the Ennis site at brcdirectory.co.uk
Established in 2009, CupPrint service customers of all sizes and specialise in short run, fast turnaround, customised paper cup printing. A service that was previously only available to large volume buyers. The Ennis-based company have manufacturing operations in Co. Clare, Ireland and The United States, as well as a European Sales Office in Germany. The CupPrint range includes the first and only cup that’s designed to be recycled in regular waste processing plants. In 2018 this product was awarded ‘Triple A’ certification by the Institute cyclos-HTP in conjunction with the European Green Dot scheme, which is recognised throughout the EU & Switzerland. CupPrint’s offering allows smaller businesses, such as those with limited storage space, to present their brand on bespoke paper cups and to demonstrate their commitment to sustainable values if required. Customised cups are also attractive to event organisers, for in-house brand use or promotional merchandise resellers. Now with 160 employees, CupPrint have enjoyed solid growth in recent years and, in 2018, joined forces with global food service packaging giant Huhtamaki.