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This content was submitted directly to this Web site by the supplier.White Paper | August 9, 2007
The technology behind the most cost-effective, flexible sustainable packages
Food, personal hygiene, pharmaceutical, industrial, and chemical companies, along with many others, are looking today for ways to make packaging more sustainable. Read this White Paper from J&J to find out how to attain sustainability, flexibility, and superior price and performance.
Food, personal hygiene, pharmaceutical, industrial, and chemical companies, along with many others, are looking today for ways to make packaging more sustainable. Film-based bags offer an ideal option when cans, bottles, and boxes present technical difficulties or raise cost concerns. Film-based bags are efficient to transport, store, and convert. These bags reduce the amount of recycled material; thus making them eco-friendly as well.
This packaging is also attractive for a number of reasons including:
* Shelf appeal
* Market differentiation
* Convenience features
* Economies of scale
Bags are ideal for product-line extensions. Film barrier properties more than meet today’s longer shelf-life requirement and an increasing range of products can be packed in film-based bags.