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The first Scala machines will be sold by PulPac’s turnkey partner Huarong Group and will be equipped to produce fiber-based lids.
Dry molded fiber is a fiber-forming technology invented and licensed by Swedish packaging tech company PulPac to replace single-use plastic on a global scale. This technology makes it possible to produce sustainable packaging that's resource-, energy-, and cost-efficient.
PulPac's Chief Commercial Officer, Sanna Fager, talked to many packaging producers about dry molded fiber, its benefits, and future possibilities. "When we launched dry molded fiber a few years ago, we did it with a great machine platform. The PulPac Modula is still the best fit for producers with high volumes and a need for modularity. But one size doesn't fit all, and we saw an opportunity to make dry molded fiber approachable to even more packaging producers.”
The PulPac Scala offers all the benefits of dry molded fiber, fits in a 40-ft container, and comes at a significantly lower investment than the PulPac Modula.
Viktor Börjesson, PulPac's Chief Partnerships Officer, describes partnership gains and the power of collaboration. "As the inventors of dry molded fiber, our knowledge about the technology is unrivaled. Huarong brings 40 years of experience in building machines for the plastic industry. We merged our cutting-edge tech to Huarong’s existing and functioning clamping unit, and the result is a compact, hassle-free, plug-and-play machine for dry molded fiber manufacturing."