PulPac, a developer of Dry Molded Fiber (DMF) technology, has announced a partnership with packaging prints and barrier solutions provider OptiPack. 

This collaboration is set to explore the feasibility of personalised DMF packaging. 

PulPac will leverage OptiPack’s expertise in developing solutions that meet the requirements of the packaging industry, including regulatory compliances. 

Using OptiPack’s flexibility and proficiency in print customisation for the standard tissue, PulPac’s customers can now explore a wide range of options to improve the visual appeal of their products. 

These options include diverse prints and a spectrum of colours.  

OptiPack key account manager Pia Hellgren said: “We are excited to collaborate with PulPac to explore the potential of packaging printing for Dry Molded Fiber products.  

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“Our partnership enables us to push the boundaries of fibre-based packaging and deliver tailor-made solutions that empower brands to stand out while reducing their environmental footprint.” 

DMF technology offers advantages over traditional fibre-forming methods, particularly in the flexibility it provides for incorporating colours and patterns into packaging solutions.  

In addition to improving product aesthetics, this capability provides opportunities for new product types that require personalised branding elements. 

PulPac COO Viktor Börjesson said: “We are happy to have OptiPack onboard. Brands expect high-quality, sustainable packaging products that resonate with their target audience and reinforce brand identity. Together with Optipack, we bring these possibilities to the packaging industry.” 

Recently, PulPac announced a partnership with Seaman Paper, an eco-friendly speciality paper and packaging solutions manufacturer, to offer customised DMF packaging options with coloured and patterned barrier crepe paper.