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Mondi: Eco-friendly woven plastic bag

Suitable for fertilizer, seeds, flour, sugar, rice, and pet food, Mondi’s PolyWoven Bag is an easy to palletize, lightweight, pinch bottom consumer packaging bag produced using extrusion lamination technology suitable for automatic filling systems.
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Tear-resistant and recyclable, the PolyWoven Bag features an attention-getting, large printing surface—including the bag bottom. The ability to print on the bottom of the bag can be important since large bags are often presented lying flat on the shelf.  The surface and bottom of the bag can be printed in glossy and matte designs.

The pinch bottom of the bag is closed with hot melt while the top of the bag can be manufactured in different versions, such as open mouth flush cut, or pinch top with or without reactive hot melt. Methods to close the bag after filling include heat seal, folding with a tape, or stitch closing. The PolyWoven Bag is suitable for various products, such as fertilizer, seeds, flour, sugar, or rice, and the ever-growing pet food industry.
 

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