Mitsubishi HiTec Paper launches PACK 70, a packaging paper for non-food sector; 70-gram, heat-sealable, recyclable paper is based on virgin fibers, is FSC- or PEFC-certified and serves as alternative to plastic packaging made of films, film laminates

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September 8, 2022 (press release) –

The completely newly developed PACK 70 is a packaging paper for the non-food sector. The 70 g paper is heat-sealable, based on virgin fibres and serves as an environmentally friendly and sustainable alternative to existing plastic packaging made of films and film laminates. This can be bag packaging for toys, cosmetics, spare parts, handicraft accessories and much more.

Pack 70 is of course recyclable and available FSC® or PEFC™ certified and has now been successfully tested on the paper X form fill and seal machine from Hugo Beck.

Experience Pack 70 live and visit us at Fachpack 2022 in Nuremberg (27 - 29.9.2022): Booth 7A-310.

Or visit Hugo Beck at Scanpack 2022 in Gothenburg / Sweden (4. - 7.10.2022): Booth B06:06.

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