What is Pickler?

A brief explanation of what Pickler is and what you can use it for

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Written by Daan van Hal
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What is Pickler?

Pickler is powerful footprint calculation software for the packaging industry. It's designed to help you make evidence-based environmental claims for your packaging at the point of sale. It's not just any other footprint calculation software – it's built specifically to be understandable for non-experts.

Designed for Non-Experts

You don't need any special skills or knowledge to operate Pickler – it's user-friendly and accessible to anyone. Focussing on packaging only allows us to narrow down on asking data that you have available without having to guess. This means that you don't need to worry about entering irrelevant data or sorting through complex calculations that don't apply to your business.

Comparisons in the Blink of an Eye

But Pickler doesn't stop with just an analysis. You can create comparisons to see the difference in impact between products in the blink of an eye. You can compare the environmental impact of different packaging materials and can help your buyers to make informed decisions based on those findings.

Not Just an Analysis, but a Sales Tool Too

Pickler is also a sales tool that can help you communicate your environmental impact to your customers. With Pickler, you can print or publish your footprint reports and comparisons and share them with your customers. The software is designed to present the data in a way that can be easily understood by non-experts. This helps you showcase your commitment to sustainability and differentiate yourself from your competitors.

Why Choose Pickler?

So why should you choose Pickler? Firstly, it's designed for non-experts, so you don't need to hire expensive consultants to conduct a carbon footprint analysis. Secondly, it allows you to compare different packaging materials and make informed decisions. And finally, it's a sales tool that can help you communicate your sustainability efforts to your customers.

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