BioPak acquires reusable cup company Huskee

Above: BioPak Aqueous BioCup

Sustainable packaging company BioPak has announced the acquisition of Australian-based reusable cup enterprise, Huskee.

In a joint statement, the companies said “the strategic partnership marks a pivotal moment for both companies as they unite their expertise and resources to advance their shared mission of promoting environmental sustainability and putting the planet first”.

According to BioPak CEO Gary Smith, the acquisition is part of BioPak’s strategic direction to drive significant investment into the reusable market.

“We are incredibly proud to welcome Huskee to the BioPak family,” said Smith.

“This partnership opens the door to an array of exciting new circular solutions and reusable products that will be seamlessly integrated into BioPak’s offering, enabling us to better serve our ever-expanding global customer base.

“BioPak’s long-term strategic direction is to drive significant investment into the reusable market, with Huskee’s impressive cup exchange program and end-of-life recycling program being perfectly aligned with our vision towards circularity,” said Smith.

As part of BioPak, Huskee will continue to operate with its existing team and brand identity.

Saxon Wright, CEO and founder of Huskee, said the acquisition “represents a significant milestone in our journey toward a waste-free world”.

“Together with BioPak, we are better positioned to drive innovation and amplify our Reuse and Refill efforts in promoting better environmental outcomes for the food service industry,” said Wright.

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