New shrink film in “Duralite” range is recyclable and contains recyclate
Packaging manufacturer Coveris (Vienna / Austria; has launched “Duralite R” shrink film. It is a low-gauge, high-strength, high-clarity film containing up to 50% post-consumer recyclate (PCR) and additional pre-consumer top-up material. The film is also 100% recyclable.

The shrink film is available in printed and unprinted versions. As an offshoot of Coveris’ Duralite shrink-film brand, the new film is suitable for secondary applications such as multi-wrap for cans and bottles. The leightweight polyethylene packaging offers a “significantly reduced carbon footprint” compared to cardboard alternatives, Coveris said. Regarding sustainability, the company’s facility in Kufstein / Austria is using 100% renewable and CO2-neutral energy sources to power manufacturing processes.
11.12.2019 [244114-0]
Published on 11.12.2019
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