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Fiber-Based Multipack Clip

Graphic Packaging International launches a new addition to its EnviroClip multipack portfolio: EnviroClip Duo.

Enviro Clip Duo Fiber Based Multipack Clip

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A fiber-based, clip-style multipack solution, Graphic Packaging International’s EnviroClip Duo allows customers to create high-impact, high-performance two-packs of glass and plastic bottles and jars, eliminating the need for shrink wrap, flexible rings, and rigid plastic dog-teeth rings. The concept is also suitable for three-pack and four-pack configurations in a single lane.

Graphic Packaging’s design and innovation teams work customers to tailor the pack design to best accommodate the type and weight of the container it will carry through the supply chain, while keeping material use to a minimum.

The launch of EnviroClip Duo follows the introduction of EnviroClip Diamond, EnviroClip Beam, and EnviroClip Bottles for the beverage segment in late 2022, so the range now accommodates an even greater range of applications and configurations in the non-beverage space.

EnviroClip Duo can be applied to jars and bottles at a range of speeds, from manual application to an automated machinery solution designed and manufactured by the company.

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