Enhance the Sustainability of your Packaging with 73% PCR Materials

Plastic packaging is collected from household waste such as milk, water, and juice bottles and processed in a recycling plant to produce granulate (PCR material). Similarly, process-related waste is reused in industrial laminate production. This waste is sorted by type and converted back into new pellets (PIR material).

Neopac recycled tubes are combined with recycled plastics at up to a level of 77% so that they contain 73% PCR material, one of the highest proportions of PCR in the tube industry. Recycled material is suitable for use with cosmetic products. Tubes can be recycled in the PE container stream thanks to the high proportion of HDPE.

Recycled tubes save plastic and contribute to the circular economy. Another environmental plus: our tubes are decorated using solvent-free colors and low-solvent varnishes.

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Neopac Showcased the Latest Tube Innovations & Sustainability Advancements at CPhI

Neopac, a global provider of high-quality packaging and dosing applications for pharma, beauty, and oral care, highlighted several product introductions and sustainability advancements at CPhI Barcelona, the world’s largest pharmaceutical trade show, held October 24-26. At the company’s exhibit stand, Neopac introduced two of its latest innovations in the tube sector while also highlighting its recent RecyClass A rating for the entirety of its Polyfoil® MMB tube range.

Hoffmann Neopac Names Two Executives to Co-Lead U.S. Facility

Hoffmann Neopac, a global provider of high-quality packaging and dosing applications for pharma, beauty, and oral care, has appointed two new Co-Directors to lead its U.S. facility in Wilson, North Carolina, which until recently focused mostly on small diameter tubes for the pharmaceutical sector. Friedrich Holz was hired as Director of Finance & Administration and will co-lead the facility alongside Jonathan Tedder, who was promoted to Director of Operations.

Neopac wins Swiss packaging award for first application of novel tube procurement service

Hoffmann Neopac has won a Swiss Packaging Award in the Marketing category for the company’s initial project involving its recently launched DigitAll360° tube procurement service. Introduced earlier this year with an online marketplace, DigitAll360° offers intuitive ordering of digitally printed tubes with high-quality variable printing, precision color matching, flexible batch sizes and expedited delivery.

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