The Felix Schoeller Group is expanding its packaging product portfolio. With PrimePaper and FlexPaper, it offers sustainable packaging solutions with high paper quality, excellent printability and optimum product protection for a wide range of applications. The specialty paper manufacturer, headquartered in Osnabrück, Germany, is launching its new portfolio for the first time at this year's Fachpack trade fair in Nuremberg.
The Felix Schoeller Group will be presenting its new packaging portfolio for the first time at Fachpack, which will be held in Nuremberg from 28 to 30 September 2021. "We are delighted to be able to present our packaging solutions live to our customers," says Andrea Drieskes, Sales & Development Manager at the Felix Schoeller Group, about the new PrimePaper and FlexPaper.
With PrimePaper, the Osnabrück-based specialty paper manufacturer is launching an environmentally friendly printing base made from renewable FSC-certified raw materials. PrimePaper offers flexible packaging the possibility of differentiation at the point of sale. The printing base can be printed using the established printing processes gravure and flexographic printing – on request also with special coating for fully variable inkjet and HP indigo digital printing. The product is optimized for single-pass high-speed inkjet presses.
FlexPaper is the name of the second innovation from the Felix Schoeller Group. FlexPaper is a secure paper composite produced using the multilayer co-extrusion process or by extrusion lamination. In this process, common packaging requirements are adapted to the protective needs of the contents by means of individually adjustable barrier properties, seal strength and puncture resistance – regardless of whether the contents are liquid, fresh, dry or frozen. FlexPaper can be optimally printed using flexographic and gravure printing as well as indigo and inkjet printing. Paper laminates are also available with individually designed viewing windows on request.
"Sustainable packaging is our vision – which is why we are already working today on solutions for tomorrow. Step by step, we are replacing traditional materials from the packaging sector with environmentally friendly solutions and making our contribution to a sustainable circular economy," Andrea Drieskes continues about the possibilities for tailor-made and environmentally conscious packaging and protection of filling goods.
The Felix Schoeller Group is at Fachpack in Hall 7A Stand 548.
A complete overview of the new packaging solutions can be found on the Felix Schoeller Group website: packaging.felix-schoeller.com.