The Company.

Reliable, flexible, innovative.

Jade-Pack GmbH.

In recent years we have developed from a supplier for board processing companies to a leading supplier for technical fibre-based surface protection products. Together with our customers in Europe, we have developed new products and packaging applications, and are now setting standards for technical intermediate layers and packaging materials. Our reel coating and laminating line is the most productive and flexible production line in Europe.




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Certification according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015.

Quality and sustainability as the basis for customer satisfaction is the ultimate goal of Jade-Pack GmbH. We are constantly working on the further development of our products and on the continuous improvement of our processes.
The Quality Management System of Jade-Pack GmbH has been certified by TÜV Nord.


Jade-Pack GmbH sources most of its fibre-based raw materials from the Varel paper and board mill (PKV). Our location has been chosen in such a way that the raw material supply can be guaranteed on a short and thus also in an environmentally friendly way.

Papier- u. Kartonfabrik Varel is a medium-sized privately owned company with approx. 540 employees. It produces board and corrugated base paper for the German and international packaging industry using the latest environmentally friendly technologies. Board and corrugated base papers from Varel in Friesland are the heart of packaging solutions for many well-known products. With an annual production capacity of over 850,000 tons on four modern production lines, the plant is one of the largest production sites in the European paper industry.


The Gertrud and Hellmut Barthel Foundation.

With the aim of maintaining a concentrated and competent shareholder structure of the group of companies around PKV and at the same time allowing the general public to participate in the entrepreneurial success, Mr. Barthel founded the non-profit Gertrud und Hellmut Barthel Foundation in 1991.

His last will and testament gave him sufficient financial resources at the time of his death in 1999. As chairmen of the foundation at the time, Jürgen Evers and Günter Dieball accepted the challenge of establishing a support network in which the available funds are used in the best possible way and in accordance with the goals set by the founder (protection of historical monuments, scholarships, environmental protection, art/culture, education/training and teaching/research). Today Kristian Evers and Jürgen Evers have taken over as chairmen. The Barthel Foundation has meanwhile developed into a reliable supporter of many projects with a broad impact. The regional focus of the projects supported is particularly on Varel/Friesland, but in many cases also goes beyond that area.