Highcon Systems has become the latest company to sign up with print and paper advocacy group Two Sides. 

The company, which develops, markets, sells and supports a portfolio of digital converting machines for folding carton and corrugated converters, says that it is one of many that have become ‘increasingly conscious of the environmental impact of the products and materials they use and consume.’ By joining Two Sides, Highcon has gained access to a large library of co-brandable communications tools, consumer research, industry-leading information, sustainability advice, and events.

‘Highcon is delighted to become a member of Two Sides,’ commented Simon Lewis, the firm’s marketing vice president. ‘We want to serve the world by making paperboard packaging and display more agile, sustainable and engaging and Two Sides is ideal in providing a platform to educate and share information about our solutions, and their transformative nature for both converters and brands.’

Jonathan Tame, managing director of Two Sides UK, added, ‘Our partnership with Highcon will help us share the great sustainable story that paper-based packaging and displays have to tell, to a sector that must be informed about the environmental merits of print and paper products. Welcoming new members on board is always a pleasure and we look forward to working with Highcon.’