Our Investments

This time next year, when the project is completed, we will meet all the electricity we consume from this facility. We will be using 100% renewable electrical energy.

•Capacity of Plant : 125.000 Nm³/h SLA (50.000+50.000+25.000)
•Extension of Project Capacity : 225.000 Nm³/h (75.000X3)
•Investment Cost : 5.2 M Euro
•Modular system
•Recovery Capacity Raw Solvent : 430 kg/h
•Recovery Capacity Acetate : 300 kg/h
•Project Completion date : 01.11.2021

Central Water Cooled System: Pilenpak will establish 1250 kW capacity water cooled chiller in PP2 plant. We will replace the old air cooled un-efficiency chillers with water cooling chiller. We will gain 800.000 kw/year energy and more cooling efficiency.

New generation 100% inspection systems are installed on printing machines

New systems that perform online glue inspection during lamination process



Energy consumption is one of the most important aspect of sustainability activity.
We reduced our average electricity consumption per ton by %33 since 2017.

Natural Gas

We reduced our average natural gas consumption per ton by %35 since 2017.


We reduced our average water consumption per ton by %68 since 2017.


  • Circular economy, %80 productivity
  • Environmental friendly,
  • CO2 emission savings, <75 mg/Nm³ TOC
  • Short return of invest, around 3 year
  • Compact, easy maintenance, plug & play design
  • Traceable data retention, scada system
  • Top level safety precautions with Nitrogen
*A young tree absorbs 5.9kg/year of CO₂, while a 10-year-old tree absorbs 22kg/year of CO₂. Calculation was made over 22kg.

Sustainable Solutions

Green Energy Pilenpak obtains 30% of its energy need in production from solar energy panels installed on PP1 and PP3 roofs in the first stage.

In the first half of 2023, the solar energy panels project on the PP2 roof will be completed as the second stage.

As the final stage, the solar energy panels project, which will meet all the energy needs of the factory, will be completed by the end of 2023.


As a solution to increase recycling efficiency, it is
aimed to convert packaging from multi-material films
to mono-material.


  • Currently, 5-10% of in-house recycled material is used in new film production.
  • The project is being worked on to increase the in-house recycled material usage rate.