Schur BoxBag

In close cooperation with our customer TaylorMade, Schur has developed a brand new flexible packaging for the golf industry.

The goal was to find a packaging that could contain a larger amount of golf balls and stand out on the shelves next to the ordinary 12-ball packaging.

Combining the knowledge from the industry and focus on the environment, Schur created a flexible and resealable packaging fulfilling the needs of the customer.

The Schur BoxBag creates a solid foundation for the stand-up pouch, with an added feature of being reusable for the consumer.

Utilizing easy-tear opening along with the handle, the Schur BoxBag containing 30 golf balls can be brought to the practice facility and reused over and over again, thus prolonging the lifetime of the product and packaging.


Schur + SunSelect Partnership
January 25, 2016

Snack jar opens opportunities beyond greenhouse


The first Outrageously Fresh specialty tomato mason jar bags are rolling off the line this week at SunSelect’s Tehachapi, Calif. facility, signifying the first step in a larger plan for these packs to become the bag of choice at retail—in the greenhouse section and beyond.

A unique partnership between British Columbia’s SunSelect Produce and Danish company Schur Star Systems, Inc.—the originator of the mason jar shaped bag—positions the pack style to contain more than the greenhouse mini cucumbers, mini peppers and snacking tomatoes unveiled along with Divemex and Oppy at Fresh Summit last fall, according to SunSelect Director Reinhold Krahn.

“SunSelect has secured the exclusive rights to Schur’s mason jar bag across several categories in the U.S., Canada and Mexico,” Krahn said. “Our discussions with retailers have illustrated the great promise of this pack. We believe it could have enormous influence on how healthy snacks are profitably merchandised at retail and easily enjoyed at home.”

sunselct-schurSunSelect’s exclusive includes peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes, cherries, red and green grapes, cranberries, apples, kiwifruit, and blueberries, with potential extensions of the jar bag concept for other products. In the coming months, SunSelect and Oppy will offer the concept to producers of many of these items.

The “Schur Jar Bag” was discovered by members of the Krahn family, owners of SunSelect, at Fruit Logistica last year.

“We felt the design would be a great fit for snacking items, and a differentiator on the shelf,” Krahn said. “It’s more stable than other packaging options within clamshells and cello bags, and plays on the popularity of home canning and use of mason jars in decorative and useful ways around the house.”

Hans Christian Schur, Schur’s Oceanside-Calif. based CEO, shares Krahn’s enthusiasm about the partnership and the promise of the bag concept for many types of fresh fruits and vegetables.

“It’s a new venture for us to have a partner in produce,” he said. “The enterprise is based on SunSelect’s desire to differentiate in the fresh category, and Schur’s commitment to deliver a solution to help them achieve that. We are excited to expand the concept with SunSelect, bringing in associated companies like Oppy who work with growers of other items.”

Schur specializes in developing and engineering new bags, innovating in both material and in shape, and serves as a “one stop shop,” manufacturing the packs and providing the equipment to fill them.

“Our Schur Star System is very flexible, so SunSelect can run bags of various sizes and its range of associated products on the same machine, undertaking small or large runs, with just a few minutes to change in between,” Schur said. “We offer high quality printing and materials, which makes an enormous difference at the point of sale.”

The Schur Star packing process is underway now at SunSelect’s Tehachapi, Calif. greenhouse, teeing up the delivery of the first jar bags filled with Outrageously Fresh snacks.

The re-sealable Outrageously Fresh mason jar bags include: 10.5 oz, grape, cherry and gourmet medley tomatoes grown by SunSelect, 14-oz. mini cucumbers, and 1-lb mini peppers grown by Divemex and are available exclusively from Oppy.

ARTICLE: Schur® Star debuts new flexible bags for fresh produce

New-Net Bag-Potato


Publication date: 1/22/2016
Author: Carlos Nunez

Schur Star debuts new flexible bags for fresh produce

In its second year with an office in California, Schur Star Packaging Systems is further establishing itself as a provider of packaging machines and flexible bags for the fresh produce industry.

Read the full article, click here.

TESCO Value Award Goes To Schur Star Packaging Systems

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Schur Star Systems has been awarded by the British multinational grocery and general merchandise retailer Tesco with the “Tesco Value Award”. Tesco awarded Schur for their flexible packaging concept and in recognition of its expert assistance to launch new flexible packages for plum tomatoes and sweet mini peppers.

Schur Star Systems develops innovative packaging solutions for better perceived products at the point-of-sale. The idea of “Fresh `n` Go” is a new solution to make fresh products such as fruits and vegetables much more attractive in supermarkets.

For more information, contact Schur Star Systems at

Tesco points out that Schur Star Systems was the right partner to launch the new packages and products successfully and on time. The Tesco Value Awards are given to companies who strongly support Tesco’s core values like:

  • No one tries harder for customers
  • Understand customers
  • Be first to meet their needs
  • Act responsible for Tesco´s communities
  • Treat people how we like to be treated

About Schur

Schur is an international team of 16 companies offering packaging, packaging systems and consumer products. The Schur family has been at the head of the company for more than 165 years promoting innovation and a diversity of packaging and technical solutions tailored to customer needs.

Schur has a staff of approx. 850 persons employed in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany, France, Benelux, Poland, Spain and the USA.

Schur Star Systems operating out of Flensburg, Germany and Chicago, USA are today utilizing the knowhow within the entire Schur Group to supply our customers worldwide the highest standards of flexible packing material.