Reusable cups made of polypropylene (PP) are practically unbreakable. When exposed to force, the plastic cups deform and do not shatter. The event cups made of polypropylene are dishwasher safe and can therefore be reused many times. They are a sustainable and resource-saving alternative to disposable cups. An individualisation with a customer-specific logo or layout is available through up to four-colour screen printing.
In order to be able to offer our customers a high degree of individualisation, our returnable cups have no fixed calibration marks integrated into the cup shape. The calibration mark, of the full volume required by the customer, is integrated by H&K Müller into the customer-specific cup design.
With its reusable cups, H&K Müller is pursuing a sustainable and homogeneous concept. Our claim is to manufacture products for recycling that are as pure as possible. Unfortunately, this is not possible with IML decoration, as IML laber and cup material must be made of different plastic materials due to production requirements. As a result, the overmoulding of the rennet mixes two plastic materials which can no longer be recycled separately. For this reason, we only offer screen printing, offset printing and embossing decorations for our returnable cups, as the printing inks applied can be removed from the plastic material during the recycling process.
At H&K Müller you can obtain your returnable cups with individual decoration directly from the manufacturer. For this reason we can offer you favourable cost prices for cups with decoration. Our cups are shipped by a forwarding agency to any place in Europe. However, we do not offer additional services such as rental models, return, storage and rinsing services.
The minimum purchase quantity for individually printed returnable cups from H&K Müller is 10,000 pieces per order. The sky ist the limit.
The sustainable reusable plastic cups made of bio-plastic (Green PE) from H&K Müller are made from a waste product of the sugar cane industry. Therefore, the production of the used bioplastics does not compete with the production of food. The bioplastic material used is recyclable and offers a closed CO² cycle. This means that the CO² compounds contained in the plastic have previously been absorbed from nature by the sugar cane plants and that no additional CO² compounds from fossil sources are contained in the cups.