no time to waste
champions of SUSTAINABLE packaging
No time to waste
There is no time to waste when it comes to plastic pollution. Products used for an instant today will leave a legacy of waste for our children tomorrow. We founded Transcend Packaging to help break this cycle.
Our vision is to be the global leader in sustainable packaging.
We work with innovators, product developers and materials experts to manufacture tomorrow’s technologically advanced sustainable packaging. For too long we have embraced the single-use-plastic culture and we are overdue for change. Join us and our brands in championing a new era in plastic free packaging.
For our planet and ourselves, there is no time to waste.
Leading brands are increasingly seeking alternatives for traditional carton printing due to increasing demand for shorter, flexible and more sustainable supply chains.
In one of the most significant technological advancements for the packaging industry, digital printing, a recent innovation that’s looking to end minimum order quantity restrictions, has rock-bottom minimum run requirements, reducing order sizes and waste, as there’s no need to hold stock.
U-bend Industrial Straw®
Our new u-bend industrial straw ® represents a significant design advancement as we have continued to grow our straw business into a position of UK category leadership, supplying most major quick service restaurant brands and recently announcing the bendable/U-bend straw for juice boxes with Ribena.
Transcend has developed our new ‘T – Eco’ home delivery and takeaway container to help advance the state of the art in takeaway packaging. We are working with like-minded companies to source sustainable materials that offer the performance of single-use plastic in an more eco-friendly format.
The Transcend Brand DNA
Transcend’s goal is to create sustainable packaging products that offer a meaningful contribution toward reducing plastic waste as leading brands work to make minimise the ecological impact of their packaging at the end of its useful life. Through our commitment to innovation, disruption and new product development, Transcend is helping promote meaningful change in the packaging industry.
Making a Difference
How you can make a difference
Across Transcend and our production process, we are committed to environmental stewardship. From design, materials and methods, we believe in a comprehensive approach to packaging that minimizes environmental impact across the supply chain.
This is how Transcend makes a difference, click below to learn how you can too:
Transcend Packaging Background: Transcend Packaging is a global leader in sustainable packaging and the first major producer of paper straws in the UK. Disrupting the packaging category, Transcend was launched in 2017 and is already Europe’s largest producer of paper...
Transcend is delighted to have featured as one of The Sunday Times Fast Track ‘Ones to Watch’ in the publication’s 24th annual ‘Sunday Times #VirginAtlanticFastTrack100’ league table supplement, this was published online and in print with the Business section. This prestigious list features Britain’s private companies who are demonstrating the fastest growth in the UK.
Eco-packaging disruptor Transcend Packaging grows EU footprint with Italian paper straw production New facility will enhance sustainable paper straw production to help brands switch from plastic to paper ahead of single-use plastic legislation Transcend will have...
Lisa Angus, Head of Human Resources at Transcend Packaging, was awarded the Caerphilly Business Club ‘Hero Award.’ Lisa was recognized for her exceptional work not only within Transcend but also across Caerphilly County involving schools, care homes and providing work...
Our CEO, Lorenzo Angelucci, and Sales & Marketing Director, Mark Varney, appeared on ITV ‘Wales This Week’ programme to discuss how Welsh businesses like ourselves can launch a ”green industrial revolution” through sustainability to kickstart the Welsh economy following the Coronavirus pandemic.
Transcend received recognition from Alok Sharma, Secretary of State for Business, during the UK government’s Coronavirus briefing for helping to produce PPE for frontline NHS workers.