BillerudKorsnäs to showcase its innovative products

Hall 9 Stand C24

Dust-tight sealed 100% paper packaging solution from BillerudKorsnas

BillerudKorsnäs, a leading provider of renewable packaging material from Sweden, will participate at interpack 2017 and will be stationed at Hall 9 Stand C24. During the show, visitors will have the chance to experience the first-class primary fibre materials and renewable packaging innovations from this company. Visitors can learn how BillerudKorsnäs tackles conventional packaging challenges for a sustainable future.

BillerudKorsnäs will present the world’s first sealed paper packaging for dry food for VFFS and mandrel wheel machines which is the result of their collaboration with Bosch Packaging Technology, a global manufacturer of packaging machines. Stakeholders can also learn how BillerudKorsnäs helps converters challenge single-use plastic with strong and pure carrier and consumer paper bags.

Converters and brand-owners can also explore the benefits of the multi-functional flexible packaging material from BillerudKorsnäs for a wide range of consumer products. Visitors can also experience the wide range of premium cartonboard products from the company and understand how they can benefit from its light, strong and attractive corrugated packaging solutions.

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