INTRAMA at German-Bulgarian Economic Forum

INTRAMA took part in the program of а German-Bulgarian economic forum in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The event is the final part of the annual theme of the German-Bulgarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (GBITK) for 2022 - "Sustainable Economic Growth". The annual theme for 2022 of GBITK and partner companies from various sectors of German-Bulgarian economic relations, supports economic competitiveness through environmental, social and sustainable responsibility and thus paves the way for sustainable economic growth.

Official guests were Mr. Nikola Stoyanov - Minister of Economy and Industry, Mr. Alexander Pulev - Minister of Innovation and Growth, Mr. Emil Mingov - Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Policy, Mr. Tim Kurt - President of GBITK and Mr. Moritz Seiler - Head of the Economic Department at the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany.

In the opening part of the event, Dr. Mitko Vasilev - General Manager of GBITK presented the memorandum prepared by the partner companies, addressed to the Government of the Republic of Bulgaria and its institutions to the regions, municipalities and town halls in the country. The memorandum presents the actions taken by the partner companies in the field of sustainable economic development, points out the challenges, proposes solutions to overcome them and appeals for joining efforts between the state and business to create a motivating environment for further development of companies, the public sector, municipalities and the community.

At the forum, the partners of the annual theme initiative - INTRAMA, BASF, DQS Bulgaria, Kaufland Bulgaria, Festo Production, Fraport Twin Star Airport Management Bulgaria, Nasekomo, and Siemens presented their good practices and sustainable projects, carried out a cross-border exchange of information and know-how.

INTRAMA presented its sustainable solutions and projects in the production of barrier packaging for an optimal balance between food waste prevention and environmental protection, making possible multilayer barrier packaging to be included in circular economy. The main highlights were the recyclable vacuum films developed by the company, certified in the German institute "Institut Cyclos - HTP" and INTRAMA's sustainability program "Reduce for a better plant use", whose instrumentarium to achieve its goals includes the thinnest 11-layer laminated film with high barrier and antifog in the world - TOP IN L HB HT 35 AF.