Commonly referred to as molded pulp Packaging paper

Commonly referred to as molded pulp Packaging paper

Notapor fiber » Mar Nov 21, 2017 3:16 am

Recent equipment additions have included large platen, high tonnage presses necessary in the production of "after-pressed" parts, which offer a higher aesthetic appeal than traditionally formed molded pulp.
Clinton, IA (PRWEB) August 4, 2008 -- Molded Fiber, a UFP Technologies fiber drop cable suppliers brand, today announced that it has increased its focus on the production of its 100% recycled molded pulp Packaging paper for both the retail and the health and beauty care markets.packaging-paper.
Some of the Packaging paper applications that have fueled growth have been after-pressed trays, clamshells and inserts with features including color and clearly defined embossed customer logos."

Molded Fiber&fiber patch panel suppliers65288;http://www. McLaughlin says that Molded Fiber's capabilities in pressing parts allows for a smooth finish on two sides and the ability in manufacturing to hold a design's tolerance much more closely.

Commonly referred to as molded pulp Packaging paper, it is a cost effective and environmentally friendly solution that reduces labor and saves space while providing superior protection at every stage of a product's sales cycle. Molded Fiber's Product Manager, Steve McLaughlin notes that the increasing costs of petroleum-based products such as foams and plastics have led to a marked increase in interest and business from many large customers.

"The fact that we can deliver a part that satisfies some of the most critical eyes in the health and beauty care market and have that part be made from 100% post consumer recycled content is very satisfying. He does caution that use of color for a part, other than the base newsprint gray, usually only makes sense for very high volume projects. Recent equipment additions have included large platen, high tonnage # presses necessary in the production of "after-pressed" parts, which offer a higher aesthetic appeal than traditionally formed molded pulp." a UFP Technologies brand, today announced that it has increased its focus on the production of its 100% recycled molded pulp Packaging paper for both the retail and the health and beauty care markets. "With the current environment favoring sustainable types of products, including Packaging paper, we have had a sharp increase in the level of interest from both large consumer goods and health and beauty care companies that require a package with a higher aesthetic appeal.
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