Source: PFC Brakes announcement

CLOVER, S.C. — In the coming weeks and months customers may notice some new PFC brakes, pad and rotor boxes showing up at their local auto parts store or local race shop as the company revises its packaging to be friendlier to the environment.

The modern and sleek design isn’t just aesthetically pleasing; the new boxes will have less of an impact on the environment.  The new graphics are printed directly onto the cardboard eliminating materials such as laminates glue and excessive ink. 

The company has recently partnered with Supply One to produce this new design and to improve the overall recyclability of its packing materials plant-wide. 

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Just like PFC’s copper-free friction, the company would like its packaging to have minimal to zero impact on the environment, which includes removing harmful material such as foam, and dramatically reducing the need for excessive paper or plastics. 

“And don’t worry, the quality of our products inside these boxes will not be changing.”

About PFC Brakes

Headquartered in Clover, S.C., PFC Brakes has been producing automotive friction products since 1984. Its PFC CarbonMetallic® brake pads exceed all environmental requirements by being 100 percent copper compliant and contain no asbestos, chromium, lead, mercury, cadmium, antimony, as well as no cancer-causing ceramic fibers.

The company’s motto: “No Compromises.”