Semo Packaging develops re-closable Fresh’Closure for food packaging

28 April 2015 (Last Updated April 28th, 2015 18:30)

Semo Packaging has developed a new Fresh’Closure re-closable mono-material solution for food packaging.

Fresh’Closure

Semo Packaging has developed a new Fresh'Closure re-closable mono-material solution for food packaging.

Fresh'Closure has been designed with Semo Packaging's drawstring system and allows easy opening and closure of food packs.

Food products not properly preserved are at risk from humidity, dirt or mould and can cause possible health problems in people when consumed.

To overcome such problems, Semo Packaging's drawstring system offers better and longer preservation of products, in addition to easy opening and closure.

Fresh'Closure was designed to be 100% recyclable and reusable. Its production process, which requires less material, also makes it possible to reduce CO2 emissions, the company claims.

"Semo Packaging's drawstring system offers better and longer preservation of products."

Fresh'Closure is also designed to be easily recognisable by consumers on the store shelves.

Semo Packaging offers polyethylene and flexible packaging with a wide range of applications in the fields of hygiene (bags and film), the food sector and industry (sleeves, covers, isolating or breathable films and technical films).

Acquired in 2013 by the ExcelRise group, the company offers a complete range of flexible films along with the other company of the Ceisa Packaging group and now has five sites in Europe.

Semo Packaging employs around 200 people in France and generates a turnover of €60m in annual sales volume in Europe.


Image: Semo Packaging's drawstring system offers better preservation of products and for longer, in addition to easy opening and closure. Photo: courtesy of Semo Packaging.