Naturally innovative. Natural cycle. Naturally one step ahead.
Annually, roughly 3 million tonnes of high-quality materials land on dumps and in incinerators, in Europe alone. Habitats are becoming desolate. Energy is being wasted, nature is going off the rails.
Reason enough to rethink the principle behind the sustainable use of finite resources, and to ensure their stability and regeneration capability. A good reason for Goerner to think in a more sustainable manner and to react sustainably as most customers are also becoming increasingly aware that many situations – such as the devastating environmental pollution due to plastic – are caused by humans themselves and are urgently looking for alternatives.
Environmentally friendly packaging is based on renewable and natural materials. The raw material comes from nature and ultimately returns to nature. Goerner Bionics provides unique packaging which distinguishes itself on the market and enables "green marketing".
Packaging at the behest of nature - nature provides us with ingenious concepts.
It finds fascinating solutions again and again, which leave us amazed and from which we can learn.
In view of the many unsolved environmental problems, it is clear that mankind will be reliant on natural materials that are simultaneously economical and ecological more than ever in the future.
With great passion, therefore, we make use of nature and translate the knowledge into ingenious packaging solutions that embodies creativity and pioneering spirit at the same time. Packaging ideas resulting from this are optimised and designed to preserve resources and enable natural marketing. With Goerner Bionics, not only two essential areas of the packaging industry are merged: Fibre mouldings and folding boxes, but Goerner Bionics makes use of other natural materials that are suitable for differentiated packaging.
We are guided by the best minds...
The world belongs to the courageous and creative. Nature and progress are not natural allies. On the contrary. The unrestrained industrialisation of the last centuries bears witness to the ruthless exploitation of nature.
Luckily, there have always been humans who acknowledged the principles of nature with respect and regard, and used it for further technical, environment-friendly development. We want to orientate and measure ourselves on that – if we use our imagination and work together with basic researchers and clever inventors from around the world on developing packaging solutions of the future for our customers and making them suitable for the market – in our Da Vinci workshop.