V-Shapes formalizes strategic partnership with New Quantum Holdings

It aims to expand its presence in Asia

V-Shapes formalizes strategic partnership with New Quantum Holdings
The new Quantum Holdings building

V-Shapes, an innovative supplier of vertically integrated products and services for convenient, hygienic and sustainable single-dose packaging, announced that it has formalized a strategic partnership relationship with Singapore-based New Quantum Holdings (NQH) to expand its presence in Asia, together with affiliated company Sustainable Green Solutions (SGSPL), will be V-Shapes marketing representative with offices in China, ASEAN, South Korea, and the Middle East. 

The company offers value-added business activities through supply chain management and has a significant focus on sustainable technology, making it an ideal choice for V-Shapes. SGSPL will join the company’s chief executive officer Christian Burattini and business development executive Jesper Gustavsson on Stand AA17 at the upcoming ProPak Asia event, scheduled for 15 to 18 June at Bitec Hall Bangkok. V-Shapes has worked with NQH/SGSPL on several projects over the past two years, with great progress.

V-Shapes to display sustainable packaging technology at ProPak Asia

“We are excited to be a formal strategic partner of V-Shapes in Asia and the Middle East, joining them at ProPak and working on creating a showroom here in Singapore so our clients can experience V-Shapes’ World First Innovative Sustainable Packaging Technology,” says Alan Yeap, chief executive officer of NQH/SGSPL. “At the show, we will be presenting to attendees the value of V-Shapes sustainable and 4R (Reduce, Return, Recycle, Reward) concept sachets and demonstrating the six-lane Alpha machine that enables packaging brand owners, converters/fillers, governments and NGO/NPOs to accomplish the complete manufacturing process of V-Shapes’ unique sustainable single-dose sachets under one roof with a compact footprint and full-color branding, on-demand and with the industry’s highest quality.”

V-Shapes Alpha fill and seal packaging/converting machine
V-Shapes Alpha fill and seal packaging/converting machine

“We expect that expanding our relationship with NQH/SGSPL will spur further growth for us in Asia and the Middle East, giving customers more localized support in the countries NQH/SGSPL serves,” says Jesper Gustavsson, business development and founding partner at V-Shapes. “In line with our focus on sustainability via the 4R program, we will also be showing at ProPak a new high-barrier 100% polypropylene material recently certified as fully recyclable by Interseroh. These materials, reNew oX-100 and reNew oX-500, were designed by V-Shapes and consist of a sheet of polypropylene copolymers with a high-performance barrier. They are designed to be detected, sorted and recycled in the industrial waste stream. Interseroh ranked these two products at the high end of the scale in terms of suitability for mechanical recycling and the provision of secondary products.”

Gustavsson explains that typical barrier products also consist of multiple layers but are comprised of multiple polymers that severely limit their ability to be recycled or prevent recycling altogether. This new material adds no polyethylene or PET to the recycling stream. It would downgrade its recyclability, as is the case with other barrier materials. Its mono polymer construction makes it widely recyclable around the globe. These new materials create the same size and weight sachets as other 100% polypropylene materials used by V-Shapes.

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