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IMA invests in sustainable innovation, progressively adopting solutions that reduce energy requirements and the environmental impact of its products. Moreover, IMA carries out studies and promotes solutions (in partnership with customers) for innovative and environmentally friendly packaging that can reduce food loss and preserve the freshness of food or reduce the impact that plastic components have on the environment and marine ecosystems.

IMA promotes projects, also in cooperation with customers and institutions, to raise awareness about the correct use, reuse and recycling of packaging, in line with the concept of circular economy; more generally, it also offers support for activities aimed at improving relationships between businesses and the environment in line with the principles of Green Economy.

Projects developed with high-profile customers and partners for the promotion of environmentally friendly, flexible primary packaging are an integral part of IMA’s sustainable development strategy.

The IMA-Nop (IMA No Plastic) project has progressed in 2020: after the recent green light in Strasbourg by the European Parliament, the directive limiting the use of various disposable plastic items requires new automatic machines capable of lowering the use of plastic in packaging. In cooperation with major market players, IMA has already developed some extremely innovative solutions, anticipating the needs of the market.