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Tetra Pak

Presented by : Avi Sharma

History
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Founded in 1951 by Rubin Rausing. Tetra Paks unique innovations have changed the way food is packaged

and distributed around the world.

About Tetra Pak


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TETRA PAK IS THE WORLD'S LEADING FOOD PROCESSING AND PACKAGING SOLUTIONS COMPANY. WORKING CLOSELY WITH OUR CUSTOMERS AND SUPPLIERS, WE PROVIDE SAFE, INNOVATIVE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND PRODUCTS THAT EACH DAY MEET THE NEEDS OF HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF PEOPLE

About Tetra Pak


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Tetra pak is the world's leading food processing and packaging solutions company. Working closely with our customers and suppliers, we provide safe, innovative and environmentally sound products that each day meet the needs of hundreds of millions of people

Our Vision
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They commit to making food safe and available, everywhere

Our Mission
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They work for and with our customers to provide preferred processing and

packaging solutions for food. They apply our commitment to innovation, our understanding of consumer needs and our relationships with suppliers to deliver these solutions, wherever and whenever food is consumed. They believe in responsible industry leadership, creating profitable growth in harmony with environmental sustainability and good corporate citizenship.

Text Version of History


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1943 Development work begins on creating a package for milk that requires a minimum of

material whilst providing maximum hygiene. 1946 The first Tetra Pak model to demonstrate Dr. Ruben Rausings idea. 1946 1951 Development continues. It involves, amongst other things, the introduction of completely new techniques for coating paper with plastics, and for sealing below the level of the liquid. 2008 Tetra Lactenso Aseptic solutions for UHT milk production are setting new performance and sustainability standards, offering more dairy output from less input. Tetra Pak produces more than 141 billion packages. 2009 New packaging material manufacturing plant starting up in Hohot, China, to support the countrys growing dairy and beverage industry. Over 1.5 billion Tetra Pak cartons to go FSC.

Role Mission And Strategy


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The Tetra Pak vision: We commit to making food safe and available,

everywhere. The FfDO mission: We work with partners to promote socially, economically and environmentally sustainable agricultural, feeding and food development programmes, building on our core knowledge and experience.

Role Mission And Strategy


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FfDO strategy: 1. 2. 3. 4.

To actively build and support partnerships for development To employ the knowledge, products and expertise of Tetra Pak and DeLaval in development projects To build local capacity and ensure sustainability by working actively with knowledge sharing and training To support the development of high nutrition and cost effective products

Focused Sectors
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Health and Nutrition 1. 2. 1. 1.

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School feeding and nutrition programmes Food product development activities Education Increase school enrolment, attendance and learning capacity through school feeding programmes Poverty Alleviation Sustainable agricultural development programmes Productivity improvement activities Promote private sector development

Value Chain And Support


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Food production/farm level 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3.

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Support for training of farmers Equipment financing Food product development Processing plant Investment feasibility analyses Commercial financing of processing and packaging plants Management support and training Food product development Market development

Product Development
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Development centre's in Singapore ,us, brazil, Sweden and India. Work association. South Africa.

Products
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Tetra Classic Tetra Brik Tetra Wedge Tetra Rex Tetra Top Tetra Recart

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ENVIRONMENT

Raw Materials
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To produce packaging materials, Tetra Pak uses paperboard (73%),

plastic (22%) and for aseptic packages - aluminium foil (5%). Raw materials production has the greatest environmental impact of all stages within the package life cycle. The plastic (polyethylene) is used in layers on both sides of the paper structure to protect the package from inside and outside moisture. Cartons designed for long life or high acidity content contain aluminium foil, which is about 6-micrometre (0.00024 in) thin. [11] This layer provides additional protection for the content against oxygen, bacteria, undesired flavours and light.

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Through the square shape and low ratio of package-to-content, the use

of space is optimised. Less transportation is thus needed for this type of package compared to most other shapes and materials. Transportation of packaging material to factories is also optimized (large rolls of material instead of prepared empty packages). [12] Aseptic packages also allows for transportation without consistent cooling, which also reduces the environmental footprint.

Food preservation
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The food production phase contributes with a significantly greater part

of greenhouse gases than the distribution phase does.[14] Prolonged shelf-life of packaged food (e.g. through aseptic technology) contributes to a reduced environmental footprint.

Recycling
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Tetra Pak packages can be fully recycled. Availability

of recycling facilities, recycling methods and actual recycling rates vary from location to location. Actual recycling rate of carton packages was 33% in Europe in 2009, continuously increasing since 1992.

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