3D-formable paper to replace plastic in tube packaging from AISA
Sweden’s BillerudKorsnäs (Solna; a manufacturer of fibre-based materials, said it will supply its "FiberForm" line of 3D-formable paper sourced from forests in Scandinavia to Swiss packaging manufacturer AISA Automation Industrielle (Vouvry; for a tube packaging collaboration to replace plastic.

AISA plans to use FiberForm to replace up to 70% of the plastic in the functional shoulder of a tube application. The hybrid paper-plastic tube shoulder, together with a tube sleeve made of 85% paper, results in a package composed of more than 80% paper, AISA explained.

FiberForm, said to be a renewable and biodegradable material, is cold-formable, requiring less energy in production than plastics, and allows for deeper embossing than regular paper to impart 3D effects or a tactile feel, according to BillerudKorsnäs. It added that FiberForm helps brand owners reach sustainable packaging goals and achieve product distinction.
28.05.2021 [247700-0]
Published on 28.05.2021
BillerudKorsnäs: Neue Tube besteht zu 80 Prozent aus PapierGerman version of this article...

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