Prototype Replaces Plastics With Paperboard in Cosmetics Packaging
Paperboard manufacturer Holmen Iggesund recently presented its prototype “Conic” for a new wood-based packaging solution.
It is said to use an emerging technology to replace plastics with natural materials for formable products. The initial prototype has been developed for the cosmetics industry. It consists of a conical shaped refill that could be used for creams or liquid soaps and a transparent holder. The pots look like they are made from plastic and the holder looks like glass. But they are all made from wood fibres, the company states. Further information …