Mitsubishi Pencil Company UK (MPCUK), commonly known as uni-ball, is renowned for innovation and quality when it comes to its pens. Now the company is applying that same diligence and expertise to help the planet, by reducing the use of single use plastic in its product packaging.
The new plastic-free packaging launches with stationery retailer Ryman in July 2019, marking a change from plastic blister cards to 100% cardboard, plastic-free packaging. Repackaged pen lines include its flagship uni-ball Eye – one of the world’s most popular rollerballs – and its attractive Air pens, in two, three and five-piece packs.
As you’d expect, the company have thought through every aspect of the new packaging. As well as being plastic-free the new packs are completely biodegradable and recyclable.
Every effort has been made from sourcing to manufacture to ensure the packaging reduces its carbon footprint.
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