Towards the end of the summer, Ralph Edelhäußer, directly elected Member of the Bundestag, visited Klingele‘s corrugated plant in Hilpoltstein, Germany. The CSU members of Hilpoltstein City Council Ulla Dietzel, Christoph Raithel and Mortiz Krug accompanied him on his visit.
The corrugated board plant in Hilpoltstein is one of the four German corrugated board plants owned by Klingele and employs 215 people. Edelhäußer used the visit to find out how he can politically support his Roth and Nürnberger Land constituency.
During his tour of the factory, he was able to find out about the manufacturing process of corrugated board and the production of innovative and sustainable packaging solutions for numerous industries and areas of application. “In our day-to-day work, we have high standards in terms of quality, production safety, the environment and sustainability at Klingele,” explained Stephan Meier, Sales Manager, Klingele Hilpoltstein.
“I’m surprised at how high the recycling rate for paper and corrugated board is,” said Edelhäußer.