MMFA adds a new associated member to its portfolio with Klöckner Pentaplast
Brussels, 26 September 2023 – MMFA, the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association, is excited to announce that Klöckner Pentaplast has joined the association as an associated member.
“We are delighted to welcome Klöckner Pentaplast as our newest MMFA Associated Member. The company’s purpose-driven commitment to delivering sustainable solutions will significantly enrich our association’s portfolio. With Klöckner Pentaplast on board, we look forward to fostering fruitful exchanges, pushing the boundaries of sustainability and innovation, and collectively shaping the future of our industries” stated MMFA’s President, Jan Dossche (COREtec®).
Global Manager Innovation Home, Building and Construction at Klöckner Pentaplast, Helmut Schupfner, said: “Klöckner Pentaplast’s unwavering sustainable pledge and innovative film solutions aligns perfectly with the association’s values. We look forward to sharing our expertise and collaborating with like-minded industry leaders to drive positive change.”
Klöckner Pentaplast (kp) is a plastics manufacturer that is purpose-driven to deliver the sustainable protection of everyday needs. Founded in 1965, the company has 31 plants in 18 countries and employ over 5,600 people, committed to serving customers worldwide. Their experts create innovative films and trays such as blister packaging that provide product safety, help avoid food waste, safeguard medication and medical devices, and protect the integrity of countless durable products with their pharmaceutical packaging.
Klöckner Pentaplast’s entry into MMFA increases the association’s membership to 31 ordinary members (producers of MMF flooring or their European representations), 31 associate members (supplier companies) and three supporting members (scientific institutes).
About MMFA: The Multilayer Modular Flooring Association is an organisation representing the leading producers of flooring in Europe and their suppliers. The association was established in October 2012 in Munich, Germany, by seven European flooring producers. It is now managed out of Brussels.