In May 2018, the Claranor Pulsed Light Packaging Sterilization was awarded as “Efficient solution” by the SI foundation, with the #1000 efficient solution label. The award is said to recognise Claranor’s contribution to build a cleaner world.
In 2016, Bertrand Piccard and his team achieved the first world tour with a plane powered by solar energy. Their aim: demonstrating around the world that green technologies can bring us far beyond commonly accepted limits, and thus represent a solution for the preservation of our planet.
Shortly after his record, the Swiss psychiatrist and balloonist Bertrand Piccard and the Solar Impulse foundation launched the World Alliance for Efficient Solutions. Their objective is to identify and promote 1,000 technologies bringing solutions in any industrial sector, enabling to combine ecology and economic growth.
Since the creation of Claranor in 2004, the company is committed to bring to the beverage, food and pharma industries a sustainable alternative to the conventional (chemical or irradiative) packaging sterilisation methods. Because it is efficient, chemical-free, immediate, cost-saving, Pulsed Light technology is more and more considered as a smart and adapted alternative to former technologies.