Paptic – sustainable paper packaging with the benefits of plastic

Consumers want to adjust their behavior for the benefit of the environment, inspiring new and “green” consumer habits; something that can be felt amongst businesses that have to adapt and rethink their production, distribution and logistics. This is done partly to take responsibility for the environment as a company, and partly to meet consumer demand.

This is a task that is easier said than done, however. The market’s supply of strong alternatives to disposable packaging is limited – at least if the material is to perform to a high level and at the same time be environmentally-friendly. Nonetheless, this is precisely what the unique material Paptic is capable of.

In this article, we describe current environmental challenges and present Paptic material’s distinctive qualities and possibilities:

What is Paptic?

Paptic is the result of a special type of technology and manufacturing process, which creates a revolutionary material with versatile usage possibilities. The material consists of wood-based cellulose fibres.

Paptic is one of the market’s most creditable contributions for a high-performance alternative to many of the packaging solutions found on the market today.

The unique thing about Paptic is that it combines some of the best qualities found in plastics, paper and textiles; the high print-quality of paper, the durability of plastic and the softness and versatility of fabric.

Upon request, the material can even be produced with FSC® certified paper, which means that the fibres come from trees felled in sustainably run forests and other controlled sources.