MPS International

When it was founded in the 1970s in Sweden, MPS International was primarily focused on plastic bottle manufacturing.

In 1991, the company was moved to and registered in Poland. Since then, it has developed into a leading manufacturer of customized private label cosmetics, plastic packaging, and cleaning products.

Today, MPS International is widely recognized in Poland and Europe as a key player in the field, noted by for its expertise and long-standing experience.     

Our core values

Trust

Success orientation

Cooperation

Knowledge

Self-control

Creativity

Sustainable development

We are committed to promoting sustainability in three key areas.

We care for the environment by:

  • manufacturing cosmetics and packaging in one place and under the same roof, reducing our transport footprint, re-using collective packaging and, as a result, minimizing emissions of air pollutants;
  • upgrading our machine park to save energy;
  • reducing plastic waste through the use of closed-loop automation and multi-layered technology for the production of packaging;
  • making our packaging lighter (if possible) and, as a result, reducing the amount of plastic waste that ends up in the market;
  • making use of our own effluent pretreatment plant instead of burdening the public sewage system with substances that are hard to dissolve in water;
  • implementing RSPO standards for sustainable palm production;
  • using renewable resources as alternatives to fossil fuels
  • reducing paper consumption in the office and promoting e-documentation instead.

We care for the well-being of our employees by:

  • creating opportunities for their personal growth;
  • encouraging them to engage in volunteer work;
  • providing first-aid training;
  • updating our knowledge of occupational health and safety;
  • promoting a healthy work-and-life balance.

We care for our community by:

  • appointing an ethics officer;
  • creating a supplier code of conduct;
  • offering student apprenticeship programmes and training programmes for future specialists;
  • running our own art gallery;
  • supporting local and national charity organizations;
  • building an apiary to save the bees.

Find out more about Corporate Social Responsibility here

Fruitful cooperation

Based on an agreement with the Faculty of Economics at the Koszalin University of Technology, we have provided support and guidance to the faculty and students of Logistics of Trade and Distribution.     

We have also collaborated with the Warsaw College of Engineering and Health, where we are a member of the Employers’ Board for the faculty and students of Cosmetic Chemistry and Technology.  

As a member of the Polish Union of the Cosmetics Industry, we have co-created an organization that brings together the country’s leading cosmetics manufacturers.   

Since 2006, we have been one of the founders of the Piękniejsze Życie Foundation, which aims to carry out comprehensive activities for oncology patients, including health protection and promotion, and other initiatives aimed at improving the quality of life of cancer patients.