The PPPL – Novel paper pallet and manufacturing technology Horizon 2020 SME Instrument Phase 2 project was launched in June 2017. The aim of the project is to integrate the steps of paper pallet manufacturing into a fully automatic production line (PPPL) where no manual input is needed and a single paper pallet can be produced in 11 seconds. The project is carried out by two manufacturing companies (B+T Blechbearbeitung und Lasertechnik GmbH & GreenGlobePack Ltd.) in a consortium.

Our mission is to reduce the use of out of date wooden pallets having harmful effects on the environment by the wide application of economical and environment-friendly GGP pallets®.
Knowing well the target market requirements our team has successfully completed the system specification. Accordingly, the manufacturing line and its control software development foreseen in the project is ongoing while at the same time we are getting prepared for the piloting and demonstration phase. The technology and the full variety of products are planned to be introduced to the market by 2019. The cost-efficient and heavy-duty GGP Paper Pallet® will reach the market at a price competitive with presently used wooden pallets and other load carrier solutions. Businesses with high needs of pallets will have the opportunity to buy their own paper pallet production line that mass-produces custom-designed pallets in a quickly recoverable way.
The main novelty of the PPPL production line is not just the fact that it can be used to produce the novel GGP paper pallet that is better than existing pallets but also the fact that the production line can be purchased by industrial players and manufacture their own pallets which will save them huge amounts in the long term.
For more information about the project please visit the following link (www.pppl.tech) or feel free to contact us:
GreenGlobePack Ltd.
e-mail: info@pppl.tech
Phone: +36705394511


The PPPL project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 767644.