Nor­bert Seidl, mayor of Puch­heim, has visi­ted us and we infor­med him about the deve­lo­p­ment of Landpack.

The town of Puch­heim writes: 

Company Visit at Landpack® GmbH

The Puch­heim-based com­pa­ny Land­pack® GmbH has spe­cia­li­zed on the deve­lo­p­ment, pro­duc­tion and mar­ke­ting of eco-friend­ly pack­a­ging. During a com­pa­ny visit, Nor­bert Seidl and busi­ness deve­lo­per Son­ja Wein­buch have infor­med them­sel­ves about the local com­pa­ny. The repeated­ly deco­ra­ted com­pa­ny, which has been among other things awar­ded with the Inno­va­ti­on Award for regro­wing resour­ces by the Bava­ri­an Depart­ment of Agri­cul­tu­re, has spe­cia­li­zed on the deve­lo­p­ment, pro­duc­tion and mar­ke­ting of eco-friend­ly pack­a­ging, espe­cial­ly for food dispatchers.

The so-cal­led Land­box® is the first eco­lo­gi­cal insu­la­ted pack­a­ging on plant basis that is pro­du­ced cli­ma­te-neu­tral­ly, bio­lo­gi­cal­ly degrad­able and can replace Sty­ro­foam in the pack­a­ging depart­ment. It’s made of pure straw, without addi­ti­ves and reaches an insu­la­ting per­for­mance bet­ween zero and four degrees Cel­si­us for up to 65 hours.

Landpack’s latest pro­duct is a hemp Land­box®, crea­ted for smal­ler fil­ling quan­ti­ties. Hemp regu­la­tes mois­tu­re and is the­re­fo­re per­fect for insulation.

Foun­der Dr. Tho­mas Mai­er-Eschenlohr (mecha­ni­cal engi­neer) and his wife Patri­cia Eschenlohr (busi­ness con­sul­tant) have used their expert know­ledge by star­ting with an idea, foun­ding the com­pa­ny, deve­lo­ping pro­duc­tion equip­ment and lea­ding a suc­cess­ful and inter­na­tio­nal com­pa­ny. They now have twel­ve employees and work with big asso­cia­tes and their paten­ted pro­ducts are deman­ded internationally.

The Bava­ri­an Broad­cas­ting has pre­sen­ted the com­pa­ny and its pro­duct during their “Unser Land“ pro­gram. Plea­se click here.