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News from our Mexican production site Aluprint S. de R. L. de C. V. in San Luis Potosí: During the signing of the agreements for the Environmental Regulations Compliance and the Reduction of Air Pollution to the Environment (PROAIRE) carried out by the Governor of the San Luis Potosí State, Juan Manuel Carreras and the Federal Secretary for Environment and Natural Resources, Rafael Paquiano, several recognitions were granted to different social entities like schools, civil associations and private companies, which promote sustainable development, the recuperation, conservation and preservation of the biodiversity and environment.
Aluprint was among the companies that received an Environmental Recognition from the Head of the Government of San Luis Potosí State and the Federal Secretary for Environment and Natural Resource.
Aluprint was recognized as a company which has proven itself in the community for having implemented actions in order to mitigate the air pollution emissions to the atmosphere, as well as for its strong participation in the conservation of the biodiversity, promoting the installation of a greenhouse inside of its own facilities in order to supply a very large quantity of trees to its workers and their families, so that these can be planted at their homes and neighborhoods. Congratulations, Aluprint!
About Constantia Aluprint:
Aluprint is located in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, and develops integral and innovative solutions, delivering the highest quality and cost advantages and manufactures flexible packaging for food, personal and home care and labels markets. With 700 specialized employees, Aluprint has the ability to deliver market differentiating solutions. Aluprint produces packaging utilizing mono-web or multi-layer laminations combining film, paper, foil, or other materials optimized for efficient filling, transportation, and consumer use. Regarding Labels, Aluprint manufactures mono-layer structures and multi-layer laminations by rotogravure and flexographic printing on a variety of films and papers.
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