Carton vs Plastic packaging: Who wins the debate?
Four data-driven arguments from a Frozen Food Packaging Supplier: why 2021 promises to be a great year for Frozen Food Brands!
2020 has been a widely inconsistent year for Frozen Food Producers. As a Frozen Food Packaging supplier we’ve seen firsthand how some of their retail sales have completely blown expectations out of the water. Yet at the same time restaurants and other catering companies have spent months locked down, or at least seen their visitor numbers dwindle. This in turn drastically reduces their purchasing requirements, which has lead to COVID19’s double-sided sword effect on Frozen Food Producer’s bottom line. Both from our own relationships as a frozen food packaging supplier, and news reports, we’re optimistic about 2021. Why? Because of the tailwinds provided by the following 5 trends that we expect to come to fruition.More information »
Want to improve your Frozen Food Packaging sustainability? Simple Do's and Dont's for your business
As sustainable packaging moves to the forefront, we’ve been very vocal about our most recent innovation, FLEX R (Post-Consumer Recycled Packaging). But just like there are multiple ways to Rome, there are many different types of sustainable packaging. And just like every pot has a different matching lid, so do producers have different packaging requirements. In today’s blog we’re taking a specific look at Frozen Food producers: and matching frozen food packaging. Furthermore we're explaining why PCR might not be a good solution for them, despite it being a great product for many other industries.More information »
5 reasons why every brand-owner should look into PCR Packaging
Any company that uses packaging is probably aware of Packaging Sustainability. Especially if they use flexible packaging, a form that has been receiving more attention in the past years. At Flexoplast we’ve been hard at work to present a flexible packaging solution that can tackle sustainable packaging: whether you’re looking at it from an environmental or regulatory perspective. One solution that we’re sharing today is our PCR Packaging: Post-Consumer Recycled packaging.More information »
Plastic in het milieu
Lees hier meer over kunststof en rubber producten in het milieu.More information »
Laminaten onder de loep
Lees hier meer over de Verdiepingsbijeenkomst ‘Laminaten onder de loep’ van het KIDV op 26 maart jl.More information »
New printing machine
Within a few months a new printing machine will arrive at Flexoplast Harlingen !More information »
Coming soon, Stay tuned !
Flexoplast is ready for circular economy with PCR Shrink foil !
As sustainability is becoming increasingly important for consumers and their purchase decisions, Flexoplast Netherlands has developed a 100% recyclable shrink film made of more than 50% post-consumer recycled waste.More information »
Flexoplast has been rewarded with the highest grade ‘AA’ regarding to BRC and is allowed to keep the ISO certificate. ISO and BRC both have their own requirements. ISO is regarding to management systems, where BRC is regarding to hygiene and food safety.More information »
Flexoplast has joined BrauBeviale 2018 in Nuremberg.More information »
New ‘Shelf Impact Boosters’ in operation
Both the narrow and medium Miraflex ‘Shelf Impact Boosters’ of W&H are running at full speed in the centre of excellence ‘print’ in Harlingen. These 8 color flexo presses are equipped to exceed all expectations in set up time, running speed and most of all; print quality.More information »
Flexoplast supports Operation Clean Sweep® (OCS)
Zero Pellet, Flake, and Powder Loss is a priority for the plastics industry—and a critical issue for our environment. Spilled pellets, flakes, and powder can make their ways into local waterways and ultimately estuaries and the ocean. This isn’t just an eyesore and a litter issue; pellets, flakes, and powder, if accidentally mistaken for food by birds or marine animals, could harm them. That’s why the industry is behind Zero Pellet, Flake, and Powder Loss—and it can only be achieved with your help. The OCS Program was created to help you protect the environment and keep it clean.More information »