PulPac has unveiled the latest addition to its ‘Highway Products’ – the new dry moulded fibre phone tray insert.
The new phone tray insert is now offered to producers and represents another stride towards the company’s commitment to providing cost-effective, environmentally- and responsibly-produced packaging alternatives.
“We understand the importance of balancing sustainability with cost-effectiveness,” said Sanna Fager, chief commercial officer at PulPac.
“This phone tray insert shows manufacturers and brands a cost-competitive solution without compromising on their commitment to the planet – a hallmark of dry moulded fibre.”
PulPac said the phone tray insert addresses the growing demand for eco-friendly alternatives in the packaging industry, and means choosing a cost-effective product with a reduced environmental footprint, compared to conventional plastic or fibre-based alternatives.
The new phone tray insert complements PulPac’s existing portfolio of Highway Products, providing businesses with a quick-start solution for their eco-friendly packaging needs.
The portfolio comprises standardised and commercially validated applications ready for production. To date, it includes primarily food-grade products such as protective lids, coffee cup lids, cold drink lids, cutlery, trays, bowls, along with the new phone tray insert.
“Time is increasingly becoming the most important factor in dealing with environmental challenges,” Fager explained.
“By creating a range of standardised, highly demanded products that are pre-validated, we can help our customers speed up the transition towards sustainable fibre-based packaging and a greener, cleaner world.”
In addition to the range of ready-to-produce applications with very competitive unit economics and unmatched sustainability features, PulPac, together with partners, also provides turnkey production platforms for different customer needs.
The company’s purpose is to drive a transformative shift in the packaging industry, where sustainability is not just a choice, but a fundamental principle.