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Renewable packaging solutions company Stora Enso has introduced a new product forĀ child-resistant packaging.

Ensocard Resilience is a new paperboard material for packaging applications where high tear resistance is required.

The product consists of renewable baseboard and PET coating on both sides, which makes it strong enough to withstand tearing.

Ensocard Resilience can replace plastic, for example, in child-resistant pharmaceuticals packaging.

The material can be used for pharmaceuticals, para-pharmaceuticals, e-cigarettes and other products that must be kept secure from children.

It will be shown at Interpack next month (Stand 9B20).

According to Stora Enso, paperboard is a strong option for brand communications and product information, as well as being sustainable, with a low carbon footprint.

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