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Recyclable Paper Liners for Cold Chain Shipping

Ranpak's climaliner Plus™ temperature-control paper liners are 100% curbside recyclable and offer 72 hours of thermal protection for longer shipping ranges.

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Ranpak Holdings Corp., a global provider of sustainable packaging, announced the North American launch of climaliner Plus™ temperature protective paper liners for cold chain shipping. The liners are paper-based and 100% curbside recyclable, demonstrating Ranpak’s commitment to global sustainability.

As the latest product in Ranpak’s RecyCold™ portfolio, climaliner Plus™ liners provide up to 72 hours of thermal protection while being 100% curbside recyclable and secondary food contact safe, adding options for longer shipping range and climate control duration to Ranpak’s portfolio of cold chain solutions. Food, beverage, healthcare companies, and more can use climaliner Plus™ liners (in conjunction with Ranpak’s RecyCold® cool packs) to transport temperature-controlled goods without compromising performance and lead the way with environmental best practices.

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Ranpak’s climaliner Plus™ solution can be safely and easily recycled in any paper recycling bin, without the need for special facilities or processing practices. Custom printing for private labels is available to companies seeking to optimize their cold chain shipments, offering strong branding opportunities and a recognizable sustainable aesthetic.

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