UN-approved packaging made ofmild steel, stainless steel and fibre.
The Müller team is as diverse as the EURO 2021 teams. People from 24 nations work at the locations in Münchenstein, Reiden, Muttenz and Rheinfelden (Germany).
Müller Packaging is known worldwide as a quality leader in the production of industrial packages out of mild steel. What is less known is that the whole mild steel containers range can also be produced in stainless steel – and also UN type-tested.
In January 2021, Müller Packaging received its new certificate from the Energy Agency for Industry (EnAW). It certifies that the company is committed to sustainable climate protection out of conviction.
Social commitment has always been deeply rooted in the Müller Group. For years, the Müller companies have participated in an aid project of SOS Children's Villages, which has a very targeted and sustainable effect in Eastern Europe. The regular financial contribution at Christmas time is intended to show appreciation for the commitment of SOS Children's Villages and to provide selective help.
Müller Packaging customers benefit from a very wide range of steel drums. They nevertheless regularly come up with special requirements requiring an "upgrade" of existing containers or even a completely new development. These challenges can be taken up in an uncomplicated and efficient manner by Müller Packaging's own design department, together with the own tooling department and the internal UN type examination section.
For the series «Unternehmergespräche» of the Basler Zeitung, which primarily examines the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic on Swiss SMEs, business journalist Felix Erbacher spoke with Roland Tanner, Managing Director of Müller Packaging. The article was published in the August 27, 2020 issue under the title «Müller Verpackungen profits from orders from early 2020».
At the Annual General Meeting of the Müller Group (MVM Pack-Holding AG), which took place in Münchenstein on June 25, 2020, Dr. Fabrice Monti di Sopra was elected to the Board of Directors. The family-run company is thus strengthening the external expertise on the Board.
The Swiss artist Edwin Grüter presents his art installation «auf fassungen» at the Turbine Giswil. From 13 June to 4 July 2020.
As in previous years, the companies of the Müller Group supported the family strengthening project of SOS Kinderdorf in Eastern Europe.
The Board of Directors of MVM Pack-Holding AG (Müller Group) named Christian Reinau as new CEO with effect from April 1st. He takes over the strategic management of all five Müller Companies from Peter Müller who held this position from 2006 to March 2019.
The industrial states have various approaches to climate protection. In Switzerland, the CO2 law is considered the core of the climate policy. It defines emission targets, also for the economy. The Confederation founded the Energie-Agentur der Wirtschaft (Energy Agency for the Economy) in 2001 to implement this law. Müller Packaging is cooperating with this Agency on a voluntary basis. The individually defined targets are binding.