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MATRIX PACK partners with CURT G. JOA to supply machinery for PulPac’s Dry Molded Fiber technology

Global food service packaging manufacturer, Matrix Pack is launching hot and cold drink lids, as the start of a new line of sustainable food service packaging products, using PulPac’s groundbreaking Dry Molded Fiber technology. Matrix Pack announces that it has entered into an industrialization partnership and machine supply agreement with Curt G. JOA Inc. (JOA), a worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of converting machinery for the hygiene industry. JOA will support Matrix Pack’s business development in North America and Europe.

According to Ryan Brown, Business Development Manager at JOA, “In PulPac’s Dry Molded Fiber technology we see enormous potential to bring sustainable packaging to market. We look forward to applying our engineering excellence and industrial expertise to develop complete machine platforms for Matrix Pack.”
“We will work hand in hand with Curt G. JOA to commission the first Dry Molded Fiber production machine in our Technology Center in Greece. Together with JOA and PulPac, we are looking forward to transforming this into an industrial success, and then roll out the optimized process in large scale in our North American and European plants,” says Dionysis Valentis, Business Development Director at Matrix Pack. “With cutting-edge technology access, top-notch raw materials and our manufacturing expertise, Matrix Pack’s Technology and Business Platform is poised to meet growing consumer demand for innovative and sustainable eco-friendly food packaging products”.
Viktor Börjesson, Chief Partnership Officer at PulPac comments, “Harnessing the power of shared knowledge and ideas is the foundation of our partnership model. Collaborative actions are powerful. By working together, we can change the packaging industry from within and cater to the market needs of responsibly produced sustainable packaging."
www.pulpac.com

 

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