Sulapac has expanded its portfolio with Sulapac Luxe, a new bio-based material for bottle and jar caps aimed at the luxury fragrance market.
The material is high density, resistant to temperature fluctuations and recyclable, as Sulapac states that all of its materials can be made with recycled content.
The material is commercially available to all manufacturers and slips seamlessly into existing injection molding production lines.
Besides materials for injection molding and extrusion, the company’s portfolio includes solutions for thermoforming, allowing cosmetic companies to create sustainable logistic trays and point-of-sale displays, as well as for 3D printing enabling sustainable prototyping.
Colin Strobant, international sales director at Sulapac, comments: “One major challenge beauty brands face in replacing conventional plastics is the strict performance criteria of the chosen materials.
“With Sulapac Luxe, we have shown that conventional plastics can be easily replaced without compromising on quality. The material has been through an extensive development process to ensure it stands up to the highest demands for luxury performance.”
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Sulapac’s CEO and co-founder, Dr Suvi Haimi adds the company’s aim is to “use only recycled biopolymers within the next five years.”
The beauty and skincare brands that currently use Sulapac materials include Shiseido, Lumene and Manik.