Scodix will be at Luxe Pack Monaco 2023.

Scodix recently announced its participation at Luxe Pack Monaco, also stating that its focus at the show (on booth AB10) will be on supporting brands in meeting sustainability targets whilst also building a luxurious packaging experience for customers.

Scodix is said to offer a suite of tools that empower brands to achieve unprecedented levels of luxury and customization, previously considered economically unattainable for most brands. With a market-leading breadth of embellishment options, to SHD quality and independently-verified sustainable process, Scodix has the potential to transform the consumer experience, all while delivering economic environment viability.

On booth AB10 at The Glamorous Grimaldi Forum, Monte Carlo, Monaco, Scodix will be presenting its achievements and certifications for recyclable, repulpable embellishments and for the lowest risk to climate change illustrated by a life cycle assessment (LCA) of the Scodix process compared to traditional processes.

“Product samples on display will serve as a compelling demonstration of Scodix’ remarkable finishing capabilities,” states Mark Nixon, Scodix EVP Global Sales & Marketing. “Scodix will also demonstrate tangible evidence of the substantial environmental benefits delivered by its process, including an impressive 85% reduction in CO2e (CO2 equivalent) emissions, a near 85% decrease in fossil fuel consumption, and an 80% reduction in water usage per B1 sheet for print runs ranging from 1 to 100,000 sheets. These outcomes underscore Scodix’ unwavering dedication to empowering environmentally conscious brands, allowing them to significantly reduce their ecological footprint while simultaneously enhancing the impact of the customer experience.”

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