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Co-Injection / PP pails

Co-Injection
Co-Injection

Discipline: Packaging

Discipline: Packaging

Two different materials for one single packaging are used; one of them being recycled post consumer material. Only the raw material virgin PP is visible or in contact with our customers’ products. Up to 40% of the packaging may consist of non-virgin material. Even though this may appear as a lot, it does not change either the internal or the external aspects of the packaging. The co-injection process doesn’t change the color of the packaging, which means that it can be printed in good conditions. Applying the method means a significant reduction in the CO₂ footprint of the packaging and is a good way to apply recycled material.

Client / Manufacturer

Superfos Deutschland

RPC Superfos
Hamburg, Germany

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Superfos Deutschland

RPC Superfos
Hamburg, Germany

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