Fedrigoni And Partner Develop Packaging Solution

Fedrigoni And Partner Develop Packaging Solution

Resulting from the joint venture between Fedrigoni and Tecnoform, éclose is a solution created with eco-friendly thermoformed pulp, offering three-dimensional interiors for boxes and cases of perfumes, cosmetics, products and high-end items, currently made of disposable plastic.

The paper solution is based on innovation and collaboration, capable of meeting the needs of consumers in contemporary market and luxury brands, which are paying close attention to sustainability.

Single-material and 100% recyclable. These are features pursued by sustainable packaging which can be met as part of the ‘plastic to paper’ transition, one of the key elements of the Fedrigoni Group’s sustainability strategy and goals for 2030.

Fedrigoni’s deep knowledge in processing paper, combined with Tecnoform’s expertise in the 3D thermoforming process, has made it possible to create a solution with extraordinary features. Thanks to cutting-edge technologies, the pulp is moulded following the customer’s design to create elegant types of inner packaging for boxes and cases, mainly for luxury items, perfumery and cosmetics.

A variety of custom designs can be made, giving wide leeway for creativity and inspiration. New formats, textures and surprising experiences arise from collaboration between designers and leading brands, which can thus stand out with strong hallmarks.

Éclose designs fit a wide variety of items: such as square shapes, which feature sharp edges and a regular design, or round ones, where the edges of the curves draw a graceful design. The material gives excellent detail definition with different finishings; the surface can be completely smooth or with an elegant texture; embossing and engraving of logos can be provided with extreme precision; and the closure of the packages is possible by zippers or buttonholes.


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