History


PAM Berlin GmbH & Co. KG has already been one of the leading providers of packaging to the industry and the retail and service sectors since 1981. Founded by Paul Möllemann, after whom the company is also named (PAul Möllemann = PAM), the company and its range of services grew significantly within just a few years, following the takeover of two other packaging service providers.

1997 was a turning point in the company's history. Managing Partner Paul Möllemann restructured PAM. The sub-departments within the packaging division (pouches, sacks, bags, protective clothing covers) were merged and successfully put together to form the new HoReCa (Hotel, Restaurant, Catering) division, focusing on housekeeping. Today, PAM Berlin generates 50% of its sales in this division.

PAM in brief

1981 PAM Paul Möllemann Verpackungen is founded
1983 Takeover of Rudolf Hoenig oHG (protective clothing covers)
1984 Takeover of Gruschke KG (film packaging)
1989 Merger between the Hoenig and Gruschke companies
1997 Merger of PAM business operations with Hoenig and Gruschke to form
PAM Verpackungen GmbH & Co. KG and restructuring of the divisions
2000 FashionCover® becomes a registered trademark
2003 Patent DE 101 13 370 is awarded to reduced-slip bathroom slippers
2004 The company changes its name from PAM Verpackungen GmbH & Co. KG to PAM Berlin GmbH & Co. KG
2005 TÜV certification of slip-decreasing bathroom slippers
2007 TÜV certificate for the environmental compatibility of PAM slippers "low percentage of EVA"
2008 AEM certificate (certified anti-epidemic) awarded by the Institut für Pilzkrankheiten und Mikrobiologie Berlin
2008 Various registered trademark rights acquired