2020 Exhibitors & Sponsors

AB Group Packaging

AB Group Packaging manufactures a broad range of bespoke paper bags. We are a full-service manufacturer for top brands, retailers, the promotional sector and supermarkets. In addition, we produce a complete range of packing solutions for in-store packaging options such as ‘click and collect’ bags, counter bags and branded shopping bags.

Arcus Greencycling

ARCUS Greencycling Technologies GmbH is a German company developing and offering an innovative solution to tackle the environmental problems posed by unsafe disposal of used plastic materials. We focus on mixed plastic waste without additional sorting of residues from mechanical recycling, hence offering a complementary and additional solution for complex waste streams (incl. ABS, PET and PVC), meeting all legal regulations. The ARCUS-Process generates high quality liquids for oil refining and petrochemical industries. Premium quality gas from the ARCUS-Process is used in a CHP to supply heat and electricity to the entire process. The ARCUS technology is able to close the plastics-loop significantly reducing plastics carbon footprint and contributing to the circular economy.

AR Packaging

AR Packaging is one of Europe’s leading companies in the packaging sector with focus on carton based and flexible packaging solutions. By combining these areas of expertise with our focus on continuous innovation and customer needs, we can be a reliable partner whatever the challenge is. The unique range of packaging solutions from specialised plants supports our many customers in the food, confectionery, beauty and pharmaceutical industries as well as the food service sectors.
Environmental optimisation is a central focus for our business – from award-winning product innovations to continuous improvements in our production methods. With decades of market leading experience all across the globe, we bring together diverse talent and specialised knowledge to help our customers achieve success through packaging – with tomorrow’s world in mind.

Beiersdorf

Beiersdorf – We care beyond skin

Beiersdorf AG is a leading provider of innovative, high-quality skin care products with more than 135 years of experience in this market segment. Headquartered in Germany the company offers an extensive portfolio of renowned brands like NIVEA, Eucerin/Aquaphor, Hansaplast, la prairie and Coppertone. As Beiersdorf’s commitment is to care beyond skin it sets a strong focus on sustainability. In the context of sustainable packaging and plastic this means: reduce, reuse, recycle and replace. Launching the body lotion of the NIVEA Naturally Good product series Beiersdorf introduced a first of its kind bottle – with 50 percent less plastic.

Biotrem

Biotrem is a Polish technology company developing an innovative and patent-protected production process of bio-based single-use products from sustainable organic raw materials – leftovers and by-products of the agri-food industry – such as wheat bran, corn bran, cassava by-products, seaweed, algae, and many others.

Products manufactured through the innovative Biotrem technology are a viable and environmentally friendly alternative to single-use products – among others for tableware and food packaging – manufactured from petroleum-derived raw materials, cellulose pulp or chemically treated materials.

BRIGHTMARK

We combine our passion for a more sustainable world with a powerful new approach to solving global waste problems.
Brightmark brings together visionary engineering and innovative waste technology to make a positive impact on our communities and the world around us, while keeping an eye toward the future as we tackle the biggest environmental challenges the planet has ever faced.

Only 9% of the plastic manufactured in the U.S. each year is recycled. Our plastics renewal facility in Ashley, Indiana will divert 100,000 tons of plastic waste each year from landfills and incinerators and convert it into ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel and naphtha blend stocks and wax. That’s more plastic than the ​weight of 5,400 tractor trailers!​

Join us on our mission to #ReimagineWaste!

Cardolite

Cardolite is a privately held producer and developer of the world’s largest variety of specialty chemical products originating from Cashew Nutshell Liquid (CNSL). CNSL is a non-edible, renewable chemical having a unique structure suitable for use as a building block of advanced materials. With over 35 years of experience and global presence, Cardolite specializes in the production of high quality CNSL-based derivatives for industrial markets that include coating, adhesive, foam, composite and automotive applications amongst others. Cardolite continues to invest in research and development to bring to market innovative materials that can solve today’s problems in a sustainable manner.

Circulor

Circulor is using blockchain, IoT and AI to bring transparency to raw materials supply chains and is a recent graduate of the PnP programme in Silicon Valley.  Now three years old, the business has customers like Daimler, Volvo, Boeing, LG Chem and CATL.

COLOURFORM™, James Cropper

Colourform from James Cropper is speciality coloured moulded fibre packaging. As plastic-free packaging made from 100% renewable FSC wood fibre and high quality content from James Cropper’s own recycling plant, Colourform is environmentally ambitious and triumphs from source to end of life. Perhaps our greatest gift is the gift of colour however and the brand enhancing capabilities we have which enable brands to tell their story through their packaging and engage with a world that is more curious than ever.

Contact details:
www.colourformpackaging.com
Call us: +44 (0) 1539 816568
Email us: enquiry@jc3dp.com

COLOURFORM™, James Cropper, Burneside Mills, Kendal, LA9 6PZ, UK.

Covestro

Covestro is a world leading provider of high-tech polymer materials which are used in many key areas like automotive, construction, electronics and medical technology.

With our products and solutions, we want to make the world a brighter place and in particular promote the circular economy.

It must become the new global guiding principle to build a truly sustainable, climate-neutral future.

Our efforts are focused on four areas:
(1) use alternative raw materials like biomass, CO2 and end-of-life materials to break away from fossil fuels, (2) develop innovative recycling technologies, (3) foster partnerships to create new business models and (4) expand renewable energy.

Learn more about it at our virtual booth!

DAVIK

We are happy to present you with an innovative solution – GreenCarry, Plastic Free secondary pack, which will enable you to replace unnecessary plastic material with recyclable paper.
Davik is an innovative manufacturer of adhesive solutions.
Davik offers a full range of speciality tapes, such as Carry Handle tapes, Resealable tapes, double-sided tapes, providing traditional as well as more sustainable options.
Davik serves various industries worldwide, working together with its customers worldwide, joint ventures and strategic partners. We pay close attention to every detail to meet growing and changing market demands. Quality and service to our customer is our first priority.
We place a strong emphasis on R&D. The company continually upgrades its technology, materials, and know-how. Most of our products are based on our innovation and our ability to find the exact solution to meet our customers’ requirements.

Din Certco

DIN CERTCO, a 100% subsidiary of TÜV Rheinland, is the partner to contact for all aspects of conformity assessment. We assess and register a broad range of products and services, and certify qualified enterprises and personnel. Certification or registration enables you to document conformance to specified requirements and thus assist consumers in choosing the right product or service to meet their needs. You aim to demonstrate the quality, safety efficiency and reliability of your products.

Dupont BioSciences

At Industrial Biosciences, we’re a passionate team of innovative problem solvers, risk-taking trailblazers, and pioneering scientists. Together, we’re working towards a more sustainable world, and we’re doing so rapidly. We are catalysts for a more sustainable world.

We work across a wide range of industries to improve products and make processes more sustainable, creating everyday choices that are better, safer, and cleaner. We apply our market-driven science to produce solutions our customers—and the world—need most.

The choices we make today, big and small, will impact our world tomorrow. DuPont Industrial Biosciences is committed to protecting preserving, and progressing the world around us, by emulating natural processes and products for the benefit of people everywhere.

ECHO Instruments

Company ECHO Ltd, was established in 1992 and since its establishment is present worldwide with production of high-quality innovative instruments in ecology, pharmacy, biotechnology, biology, and medicine industries with Its brand named ECHO Instruments.

ECHO Instruments most advanced device is biodegradation analyser called The RESPIROMETER. Respirometer is a device that measures respiration of living organisms. Respirometer determines aerobic or anaerobic biodegradability of solid or liquid samples in various applications. Respirometer measures O₂ and CO₂ concentration in flow through the sample under controlled conditions. Applications that are most common measured with the respirometer are Biodegradation of plastic in solid or liquid in aerobic or anaerobic conditions. The new Respirometer that will be in production in 2021will also be capable of measuring applications which simulates algae growth and effect which plastics in the marine environment have on.
Our moto: “Quality is what makes us the best”

ELOPAK

Elopak is a global supplier of paper-based packaging for liquid products. Our iconic Pure-Pak® carton is a globally preferred and sustainable package, used daily by millions in over 100 countries.
We recognize our part in the global struggle to preserve the planet for future generations. Our low carbon and circular economy approach aims to support customers in reducing their packaging carbon footprint.
Elopak has an ongoing commitment recognized by the Science Based Targets Initiative, contributing to keeping global warming to 1.5°C.
Over the last decade we have reduced our greenhouse gas emissions by 70%, and as a Net Zero Carbon company offer CarbonNeutral® Pure-Pak® cartons.
Today, our challenge is to reduce the carbon emission footprint of packaging, such as plastic bottles, by replacing them with the proven Pure-Pak® carton solution, leveraging earth’s natural renewability.
We call it Packaging by Nature™.

Fraunhofer WKI

The Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI specializes in process engineering, natural fiber composites, wood and emission protection, quality assurance of wood products, material and product testing, recycling processes and the use of organic building materials and wood in construction. Nearly all processes and materials resulting from the research activities of the institute are used industrially. We work closely with companies in the wood and furniture industry and their suppliers as well as with the construction industry, the chemical industry and the automotive industry.
Current developments and services of Fraunhofer WKI are
• Natural fiber composites and other novel hybrid materials
• Process solutions for the recycling of production and post-consumer waste
• Formulation and product development for WPC and NFK (wood, natural fibres, polymer matrices based on fossil and renewable raw materials, polymer blends, additives)
• Environmentally friendly and durable coating systems for furniture construction and exterior wood applications

HempFlax Group

WORLD LEADER IN HEMP PRODUCTION

HempFlax was founded in 1993 by Ben Dronkers with the aim of restoring the age-old crop to its former glory. In the process, HempFlax has grown from 140 hectares of industrial hemp fibre in 1994 to 2500 hectares in 2017, and we expect to cultivate no less than 3500 hectares in 2020.

There is a huge demand for high-quality professional hemp products. The synergy between the various branches creates a sustainable and innovative business environment in which HempFlax can become the market leader in the field of industrial hemp production.

Our cultivation takes place in the Netherlands, Germany and Romania with our factories located in Oude Pekela, Netherlands and Alba Iulia, Romania.

FUTAMURA

Futamura is the global leader for renewable and compostable cellulose packaging films. We are dedicated to providing high quality speciality products that enhance the lives of the people who use them. Our commitment to safety, R&D and customer service has led to ethical and sustainable partnerships ranging from niche speciality producers through to the world’s largest brand owners. Our range of NatureFlex™ films are certified for both Industrial and home composting and are an excellent alternative to conventional plastics for flexible packaging for a variety of product applications.

Telephone: +44 (0)1697 341212

Email: info@futamuragroup.com

Henkel

Henkel Packaging Adhesives supports a circular economy through its unique portfolio of breakthrough innovations including its RE range of adhesives designed for mechanical recycling and recycled content, tailor-made solutions and strong brands in adhesives, sealants and functional coatings. As an integral player in the packaging value chain, Henkel Packaging Adhesives is dedicated to driving innovations for more sustainability in production and packaging.

Ineos Styrolution

INEOS Styrolution is a global styrenics supplier and is headquartered in Germany. It is a subcompany of INEOS and provides styrenics applications for many everyday products across a broad range of industries, including automotive, electronics, household, construction, healthcare, toys/sports/leisure and packaging.

Kelheim Fibres GmbH

Kelheim Fibres GmbH is the world’s leading manufacturer of viscose speciality fibres. About 90.000 tons of viscose fibres are produced every year at Kelheim in South Germany from the renewable raw material wood. Our fibres are fully biodegradable and therefore an environmentally sound alternative to petroleum-based materials in a broad range of different end products – while maintaining or even enhancing the functional performance of the product.

Our fibres are used in most diverse applications – from fashion, hygiene and medical products to nonwovens and speciality papers. Innovative products, flexible technologies and an exceptional focus on sustainability form the foundation of the company’s success.

Kotkamills Oy

Established in Finland and with a long history and global reputation for excellence, innovation and responsible partnerships – Kotkamills delivers renewable products and performance to its customers’ processes via product innovation. Committed to sustainability, its latest developments are recyclable, repulpable and renewable paperboards for the packaging and food service industries. Its product range includes fully recyclable consumer board products AEGLE® and ISLA®. One of the key brands of the company is Absorbex®, an innovative laminating paper product for the laminate, plywood and construction industries. Moreover, Kotkamills offers ecological, technically sound and visually attractive wood products for demanding joinery and construction.

Kurtz GmbH

Kurtz GmbH is international market leader in particle foam processing and part of the Kurtz Ersa Corporation. Kurtz’ portfolio ranges from project planning up to maintenance, from stand-alone machines up to entire plants.

Kurtz’ latest and revolutionary RF technology is a high-frequency fusion technology for shape moulding machines based on electromagnetic waves.

The new process offers energy savings of up to 90% and water savings of incredibly 100% compared to the conventional manufacturing process with steam. The CO2 footprint can be improved by an outstanding 70%.

The RF technology of Kurtz WAVE FOAMER has been awarded with this year’s EPS Recycling Award in the category “technology innovations”. The WAVE FOAMER can process materials with recycling rates of up to 100%. In the future, the processing of technical plastics and biodegradable materials will also be possible.

Kurtz RF technology paves the way for a more sustainable particle foam processing.

Visit our booth for more information or contact us via phone +49 9342 807-0 or mail info@kurtz.de. Let’s discuss how to produce your applications more sustainably! We look forward to meeting you!

Lenzing

The Lenzing Group is a worldwide operating company specialized in the production of ecological responsible cellulosic fibers made from the renewable raw material wood. As an innovation leader, Lenzing is a partner of global textile and nonwoven manufacturers and drives many new technological developments.

Sustainable fibers are more than our mission. They’re our passion. Together with our network of partners we think ahead – to create solutions that protect our planet and improve the quality of life.
With over 80 years of experience, the Lenzing Group is the only company in the world which produces significant volumes of all three wood-based cellulose fiber generations. Its products are marketed under the following fiber brands:

• TENCEL™ for textile applications
• VEOCEL™ lays the foundation for sustainable convenience applications such as biodegradable wipes, facial sheet masks and hygiene products
• LENZING™ for special applications such as work and protective wear and industrial applications

Textile innovations like REFIBRA™ or Eco Pure technology, Carbon-Zero TENCEL™ fibers, the LENZING™ ECOVERO™ fibers and TENCEL™ Luxe lyocell filament yarn make Lenzing a global innovation leader.

Magical Mushroom Company

We’re called the Magical Mushroom Company because we grow packaging out of fungi. Honest.

It’s one of nature’s greatest secrets. The amazing root-like structure of mushrooms is called mycelium, which plays a crucial role in nature by breaking down debris on the forest floor. They recycle!

We recreate this natural process to produce large-scale protective packaging solutions made from upcycled organic materials, like hemp. Offering a safe, sustainable, and totally home-compostable alternative to plastic foams. Ideal for packaging, insulation and more.

Metsä Board

Metsä Board is a leading European producer of premium fresh fibre paperboards and forerunner in sustainability. We produce premium lightweight folding boxboards, food service boards and white kraft liners for consumer goods packaging as well as retail-ready and food service applications. We work together with our customers on a global scale to innovate solutions for better consumer experiences with less environmental impact. The pure fresh fibres Metsä Board uses are a renewable resource, traceable to origin in sustainably managed northern forests. We aim for completely fossil-free mills and raw materials by 2030.

Monta

monta Klebebandwerk GmbH is one of the leading suppliers of self-adhesive tape for packaging and industrial applications worldwide. At our production site in Germany we manufacture tapes with natural rubber adhesive, for applications in the food and pharma industry, for eCommerce, white goods, consumer products and others. First-class adhesive tapes and personal service form the heart of our business. We provide technical advice and on-site training and develop individual tape solutions for packaging or industrial use. Typical applications include carton and bag sealing, surface protection, splicing, strapping and more. Our Green line range of products offer a sustainable alternative to conventional tapes.

The Movement

WE MAKE SUSTAINABILITY POSSIBLE. WE CREATE IMPACT. WE SAVE WATER.
The Movement company is offering innovative sustainable fiber- and yarn solutions for the textile industry. Branded, trusted and always 100% traceable. We make sustainable alternatives available for the textile industry. We provide seamless supply chain integrations. We understand sustainability and how to implement. Our branded fibers are Polylana® Yarn (patented low-impact alternative for acrylic yarn) and Aware™ Recycled Solutions (recycled cotton and recycled polyester yarn and fabric. Verified by tracer and validated by blockchain, to proof genuine recycled content and environmental impact reduction claims.

MURA Technology

Mura Technology have a vision for the future of plastic recycling across the globe. Instead of sending material to landfill or polluting the environment through incineration, Mura have the technology to chemically recycle end-of-life plastic and rubber waste back into valuable chemical and oil products.

Mura holds the key to recycling much higher quantities and varieties of plastic – those that are currently considered unrecyclable. The Cat-HTR™ technology is a chemical recycling solution that uses supercritical water to convert this plastic waste into useful chemicals and oils. These can then be used to create new plastic products – reducing the need for fossil resource, keeping plastic out of the environment and contributing to a low-carbon, plastic neutral and sustainable future.

Natur-Tec

Natur-Tec®, a business unit of NTIC, engineers and manufactures biobased and compostable plastics intended to replace conventional, petroleum-based plastics. Natur-Tec has a broad bioplastics portfolio which spans flexible film, rigid injection moulded materials, and engineered plastics. These applications allow for the production of 100% certified biodegradable and compostable finished products, such as bags, foodservice products, and product packaging.

NESTE

Neste (NESTE, Nasdaq Helsinki) creates sustainable solutions for transport, business, and consumer needs. Our wide range of renewable products enable our customers to reduce climate emissions. We are the world’s largest producer of renewable diesel refined from waste and residues, introducing renewable solutions also to the aviation and plastics industries. We are also a technologically advanced refiner of high-quality oil products. We want to be a reliable partner with widely valued expertise, research, and sustainable operations. In 2018, Neste’s revenue stood at EUR 14.9 billion. In 2019, Neste placed 3rd on the Global 100 list of the most sustainable companies in the world.

OrganoClick

OrganoClick AB is a Swedish cleantech company listed on Nasdaq First North that develops, manufactures and markets functional materials and chemical engineering products based on its green fiber chemistry. Examples of products marketed by OrganoClick are the water repellant textile technology OrganoTex®, the fire and rot protected timber OrganoWood® (through the subsidiary OrganoWood AB) as well as the biocomposite OrganoComp®. OrganoClick was founded in 2006 as a spin-off from Stockholm University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. OrganoClick has won a number of prizes such as ”Sweden’s best environmental innovation” and being listed as a ”Climate Solver” by the World Wide Fund – the WWF, and as a Sustainia 100 company. OrganoClick is headquartered in Täby, north of Stockholm, where the company’s HQ, production facility, R & D unit and sales and marketing departments are all located.

PA Consulting

PA Consulting Group is a consultancy specialising in management consulting, technology and innovation. It has clients in both the private and public sector including local and national Governments and the defence sector.

Polyvisions Inc

PolyVisions is a premier specialized custom compounder and we are pleased to present PolyVisions DuraPET PCR PET Materials.  DuraPET PCR is a graft modified high impact PET material. It is produced using up to 92% Post-Consumer Bottle grade PET.   Our reactive grafting technique makes The DuraPET PCR a truly recycled content engineering grade material.  DuraPET PCR can help you meet your sustainability goals while giving you the engineered properties you may need in a material.  DuraPET PCR is highly durable material with outstanding mechanical properties.  It can be used as a replacement for ABS, PC and any PC alloys making it a material that can help with sustainability goals. It is easily processed using conventional plastics processing equipment, such as Injection Molding, Extrusion and Blown Film. Typical applications include; Furniture, Office Products, Consumer Electronics, Medical Instruments, Profiles, Construction Panels and Packaging.

PONT Europe

Pont Europe, one of the major European suppliers of primary packaging in glass & Polymers, appreciates that sustainability issues impact on all of us, as consumers, packaging suppliers and brand owners. We encourage the use of recycled and bio-material packaging in order to play a responsible role in the preservation of our environment. We are dedicated to providing practical packaging solutions that deliver on both responsibility and performance.
Most of the existing PONT Packaging HDPE and LDPE items can be manufactured using bio-based materials. These are offering a sustainable alternative to traditional materials and highlighting a more future-focused approach to packaging. Bio-based HDPE and LDPE provide the same technical performance as their fossil-based alternatives and can be just as easily integrated into the recycling chain. Also our PET packaging range can be supplied in Recycled PET, commonly known as rPET, which offers all the same technical advantages of virgin PET. It is made entirely from recycled material, making it a smart choice for responsible packaging solutions.

SABIC

SABIC is a global leader in diversified chemicals headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. We manufacture on a global scale in the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific, making distinctly different kinds of products: chemicals, commodity and high-performance plastics, agri-nutrients and metals.

We support our customers by identifying and developing opportunities in key end markets such as construction, medical devices, packaging, agri-nutrients, electrical and electronics, transportation and clean energy.

SABIC recorded a net profit of US$ 5.7 billion in 2018. Sales revenues for 2018 totalled US$ 45 billion while total assets stood at US$ 85 billion. Production in 2018 was 75.3 million metric tons.

SABIC has more than 33,000 employees worldwide and operates in around 50 countries. Fostering innovation and a spirit of ingenuity, we have 11,738 global patent filings and have significant research resources with innovation hubs in five key geographies – USA, Europe, Middle East, South Asia and North Asia.

Sappi

Sappi is a global company focused on providing dissolving wood pulp, paper pulp, paper-based and biorefinery solutions to its customers in more than 150 countries. These feature in applications ranging from textiles to healthcare, graphic papers and packaging. The industry is on the cusp of a period of unprecedented change – and Sappi is at the forefront of technological innovation. By investing in an ambitious program of research and development, the company will continue to unlock the true potential of sustainable renewable resources, with woodfiber at its core. This commitment means it can diversify its product offering and meet future demand in areas such as bio-energy and pharmaceuticals in this current carbon-constrained age.

SIDAPLAX

Take a leadership position in your brands’ packaging sustainability.
Sidaplax is a global leader in the manufacture of thin gauge films for CPG packaging and a member of European Bioplastics. We manufacture compostable, highly pure PLA sealant films and shrink sleeve decoration films under the EarthFirst® brandname.
Made from annually renewable natural materials, incorporating EarthFirst® sealant films immediately lowers packaging’s carbon footprint.
No matter what Sustainability Objectives a company has – less reliance or elimination of fossil fuel-based films, compostability, plant-based packaging, material source reduction, lower carbon footprint – EarthFirst® films meet each of these individually and combined.
Sidaplax operations are in Ghent, Belgium and Americas operations are in Columbus, Ohio under the PSI, Inc. name.
Together we’ll take incremental steps for a more positive packaging carbon footprint.

SIRANE

SIRANE is an NPD product and process development company with full manufacturing capabilities – with four main divisions: food packaging; medical & healthcare; horticultural & industrial. Whereas most companies are manufacturing operations supplying a range of products, Sirane looks at your requirement and designs and develops a solution that does the job.

Sirane’s headquarters are in Telford, Shropshire, UK. Today it has manufacturing facilities in the UK, Mexico, Poland and Russia, and offices/representation in the UK, Australia, Mexico, Poland, Russia & South Africa. We have supplied packaging solutions into more than 100 countries, and the list is growing.

Sirane’s core skills are founded around material science and design & process engineering which gives us the capability to develop new and better packaging solutions. Our expertise includes absorbency, plastic-free packaging, compostable and sustainable solutions, shelf-life extension and more.

Our new Earth Packaging range, including our award-winning Earthpouch, contains only packaging which is compostable, recyclable and sustainable.

Contact: +44 1952 230055

mark.lingard@sirane.com

simon.balderson@sirane.com

Spinnova

Spinnova is a Finnish, sustainable fibre company that develops ecological breakthrough technology for manufacturing cellulose-based textile fibre that can replace synthetic as well as chemical and water intensive cellulosics in the future. Spinnova’s patented technology includes 0% harmful chemicals and 0% waste or side streams, making the fibre and the production method the most sustainable in the world. Spinnova’s raw material commitment is to only use FSC certified wood or waste streams. Spinnova’s objective is to globally commercialize the fibre products in collaboration with major textile brands. Spinnova has recently completed building a pilot factory in Finland, and future business model options include production, joint ventures and licensing the disruptive technology according to its vision of scaling the sustainable fibre production method to large volumes.

SPP Labs

Sustainable Packaging Products Ltd are the leading UK based company for the development and manufacture of sustainable packaging materials. SPP Ltd has developed a portfolio of paper based packaging material solutions that are conventionally repulpable and biodegradable and offer technical and economically effective alternatives to plastic based packaging materials.
SPP Ltd has laboratory facilities based in Lincolnshire, UK and has several BRC accredited manufacturing partners that can supply sustainable packaging materials worldwide.

Contact +44 (0) 7786 265620
Keith.damarell@spplabs.co.uk

STEINERT

STEINERT GmbH provides innovative solutions for the separation of valuable materials, increasing customer profitability through higher recovery and reducing operational costs. In the areas of treatment of secondary and primary raw materials, the company operates in both the resource recovery and mining sectors.

Here STEINERT is a global leader in consulting, manufacturing, installation and services in innovative sensor sorting and traditional magnetic separation technology.

Based in Cologne for 130 years, and with around 300 employees worldwide, STEINERT provides a global network to support its customers with local contacts and local expertise.

Stora Enso

Part of the bioeconomy, Stora Enso is a leading global provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper. Our customers include packaging manufacturers, brand owners, paper and board producers, publishers, retailers, print houses, converters, and joinery and construction companies.
Our fibre-based materials are renewable and recyclable. Our solutions offer low-carbon alternatives to products based on fossil fuels and other non-renewable materials. We believe that everything that is made from fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow.

We make every effort to use 100% of a tree for our products as well as for producing bioenergy. In production, we are pushing towards carbon neutrality as much as it is technically and commercially feasible. We practice and promote sustainable forestry, and work to ensure that more trees are planted than are harvested. Stora Enso has some 26 000 employees in over 30 countries. Our sales in 2018 were EUR 10.5 billion.

Sulapac

Sulapac® is a biodegradable and microplastic-free material made entirely from renewable sources and certified wood. It can be used as packaging for everything from cosmetics to foodstuff to gift boxes and more. It has all the benefits of plastic, yet it biodegrades completely and leaves no trace once it’s gone.

Taghleef Industries

Headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Taghleef Industries (Ti) is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of BOPP, CPP and BOPLA films for Packaging and Labeling Solutions. Located in 11 countries on 6 continents with a total production capacity of 500KMT, Ti strives for product performance through R&D and Innovations to create constant added value for its customers and stakeholders by delivering the highest levels of performance, quality, and service with a diverse range of products.

For Plastic Free World Virtual Summit, Ti highlights its Dynamic Cycle Solutions that are certified Sustainable and in line with Circular Economy Principles. Taghleef presents its Bio-based Solutions – Biobased PP and NATIVIA® PLA-based Films as well as its range of Recycled Polypropylene Solutions – reLIFE™ portfolio.

TRINSEO

Trinseo is a global materials solutions provider and a manufacturer of plastics, latex binders, and synthetic rubber.
Trinseo focuses on delivering innovative and sustainable solutions to help our customers create products that are intrinsic to how we live – products that touch lives every day across a wide range of end-markets.

UBQ Materials

UBQ Materials has developed a revolutionary solution that converts Residual Municipal Solid Waste, destined for landfills, into the novel and patented UBQTM material.
Household mixed waste stream, including the organics fractions like food waste, garden trimmings, paper, cardboard, diapers, dirty plastics, as well as packaging materials are converted from seemingly heterogeneous waste streams into an entirely homogeneous material that can be used in existing plastic processing equipment.
The UBQ solution effectively enables industry to reuse wasted materials over and over again. By converting the waste into this commercially viable and valuable material, we provide the missing link between waste disposal through to new product manufacturing, transitioning from a linear extraction and consumption system to a truly circular economy.
UBQTM material is a worldwide patented sustainable thermoplastic material. It can then be used to make the kind of familiar products people use every day.

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