Cost-efficient and sustainable
ET Polymers|October - November 2020
A packaging technology major and a global leader in diversified chemicals have launched a joint packaging concept for frozen food packaging

Syntegon Technology and SABIC, a global leader in di-versified chemicals, have developed a sustainable packaging concept for the frozen food industry with a substantial material reduction potential. Their solution comprises the new PHS 2.0 sealing technology from Syntegon and the 20-micrometer thin biaxially oriented polyethylene (BOPE) film from SABIC. Brand owners can now substantially reduce material consumption and increase their output rates by replacing conventionally used low-density polyethylene (LDPE) films with BOPE sealed on PHS 2.0 equipment.

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