Sustainable toy packaging paper from Mitsubishi

Pack packaging paper an alternative for plastic

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The 75g paper, which is based on virgin fiber, is suitable for pouch packaging.

A lot of emphasis is being placed on the sustainability of products, including toys. But at the same time, more and more toy suppliers are realizing this should apply to packaging as well.

With its Pack packaging paper, German paper manufacturer Mitsubishi HiTec Paper has a new product in its range, especially for the sustainable packaging of toys and other small parts. The 75g paper, which is based on virgin fiber, offers particularly good heat-sealability and is especially suitable for pouch packaging.  

Pack has been successfully tested on packaging machines from leading manufacturers, the company. In addition,  the new paper is available both in FSC and PEFC-certified formats. This makes Pack an ideal alternative to plastic packaging made from films and film composites. 

Pack will be displayed live at the toy industry event Spielwarenmesse in Nuremberg from 1 – 5 February 2023 at the Mitsubishi HiTec Paper stand (Hall 7, Stand A-74)

Mitsubishi HiTec Paper is a German subsidiary of Mitsubishi Paper Mills , Japan, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of specialty paper. 

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