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Sulapac and FaiveleyTech introduce sustainable beauty packaging with marble finish
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Jun 19, 2024

Sulapac and FaiveleyTech introduce sustainable beauty packaging with marble finish

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  • Sulapac, a Finnish bio-based material company, has partnered with plastic injection molding company FaiveleyTech to launch new cosmetic packaging solutions made from bio-based Sulapac materials. These packaging solutions come with marble-like finishing and are offered in different shades.

  • The products mainly include fragrance caps made with Sulapac Luxe Flex, comprising 73%–86% of USDA-certified bio-based content. The marbling pattern on each product is claimed to be unique due to the manufacturing process. The material is also reported to display various aesthetic properties such as resembling large/small wood chips, ceramic, shiny, or matte appearance.

  • Analyst QuickTake: The fragrance caps add to Sulapac’s existing portfolio of cosmetic packaging solutions, which counts partners like Verescence, Albéa Cosmetics , and Texen Group . In May 2024 , the company made its first major venture into foodservice solutions by launching bio-based reusable cups through a partnership with Restel.

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