In a recent Packaging Europe article, the question “How can lightweight, flexible packaging with low CO2 emissions be made from recyclable materials?” is asked and answered in light of how digitalization can be leveraged to deliver innovation that facilitates the development of sustainable packaging. The article walks through a collaborative project with Scholle IPN.
In the past years we have been developing, together with Scholle IPN, recyclable solutions for pouches combining mono-material film structures with recyclable components. The article writes, “One key factor in making recycling-friendly pouches is stringent control of sealing temperature, time, and pressure to achieve an excellent seal quality, and this required Bossar’s materials and machine specialists to employ their collective expertise. The result is a novel machine design that consists of a pouch maker and pouch filler.”
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