Scholle Packaging wins WorldStar Award in Croatia for bag-in-box for automotive chemicals, fluids; Scholle was one of 240 entries that won packaging award in their own country; design, innovation, purpose considered for judging

NORTHLAKE, Illinois , June 19, 2012 (press release) – Scholle Packaging, the Pioneer of Bag-In-Box, has won a distinguished WorldStar Award at this year's 2012 WorldStar awards in Croatia for its innovative bag-in-box for automotive chemicals and fluids. WorldStar Awards, presented by the World Packaging Organisation (WPO), identifies the best-of-the-best in the world of packaging. This year's field consisted of over 240 entries that had won a packaging award in their own countries. Twenty-three judges considered graphic design, innovation and purpose to determine the winners.

Scholle Packaging's bag-in-box packaging for automotive chemicals and fluids allows manufacturers to satisfy customers' needs with an efficient, cost-conscious solution in an environmentally-considerate package. This international award is the latest in a series of awards won in 2011 including the 3M Sustainability Award 2011, the Ameristar Award and the DuPont Award for Packaging Innovation.

"At Scholle Packaging, we believe that sustainability, cost-saving, safety, convenience and maximizing supply-chain efficiencies are the top factors driving packaging innovation," mentioned Stephen Lopiano, Market Segment Director.


Scholle Packaging's founder, William Scholle, invented bag-in-box packaging in 1947. Today the company is the world leader in bag-in-box packaging for the food, beverage, and industrial markets. With manufacturing locations on five continents and products that are sold in more than 60 countries, Scholle Packaging delivers high-quality packaging products and excellent customer service around the world.

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