With the new EU-regulations in place requiring companies to pay for the packaging they produce, there is now a great incentive for businesses to seek out packaging solutions that can handle ultra-thin film.
By choosing a machine manufacturer like Newtec and Newtec’s Laser Flow Wrapper, companies can ensure that they are not only meeting these new regulations, making a positive impact on the environment, they will also save up to 75-80% on minimal consumption of film!
Newtec's Laser Flowpack700 is an innovative and cost-efficient packing solution for companies looking to save money on reduced plastic consumption. This machine offers fast return on investment, high production capacity, easy operation, and compliance with the EU-2025 plastic initiative, including extended producer responsibility for packaging.
Newtec's Laser Flowpack700 is a fully automatic laser sealing machine that can handle ultra-thin films e.g., pure polyethylene (PE) down to 8 μm. This makes it an ideal choice for companies looking for sustainable packaging solutions, especially as new EU-Directives require businesses to pay for the waste they produce.
Finding machine suppliers that can deliver products packed in ultra-thin film will be a great financial incentive for companies to comply with these new regulations and find ways to reduce the amount of packaging and design packaging that can be reused or recycled.
Save up to 75 - 80 % on Reduced consumption of FilmHandling down to 8 μm of pure polyethylene (PE) means fast return on investment. With smooth operations that comply with EU-2025 plastic targets, this machine offers a sustainable solution that reduces plastic consumption considerably and encourages minimal use of film.
This means huge cost-savings! With the LASER FLOWPACK700 you can save up to 75-80% because of the reduced plastic consumption.
The European Union requires all member states to introduce extended producer responsibility for packaging by 1 January 2025 at the latest. This means that companies will be responsible for the waste their packaging creates, and the more packaging waste a product generates, the bigger the costs.
Conversely, a reduction in the amount of packaging and packaging designed for reuse or recycling means lower costs.
Until now, it has been free of charge for companies to produce packaging that contains excess plastic or cannot be recycled, but this will change in the future. The introduction of extended producer responsibility for packaging will provide a financial incentive for companies to limit packaging and design packaging that can be reused and recycled.
Therefore, finding machine suppliers that can deliver products packed in ultra-thin film, like Newtec's Laser Flow Wrapper, will be crucial for companies looking to save a considerable amount of money on less use of material and at the same time comply with the EU-2025 plastic initiative and extended producer responsibility for packaging.
Laser Sealing and Cutting in ONE Operation
The laser flow wrapper is designed to flow wrap fruits and vegetables, portion-weighed into a punnet, with ultra-thin e.g., pure polyethylene (PE). However, the FlowPack700 can more or less flow wrap any kind of product for any kind of industry.
The Laser Flowpack700 can also achieve high production capacity, with up to 80 punnets per minute. This makes it highly efficient, and it offers many benefits for the entire packaging industry. One of the unique features of the Laser Flowpack700 is that it combines laser sealing and cutting in ONE operation, making it easy to use and automating the production process.
Furthermore, the laser flow wrapper can easily be adjusted to different punnet needs and it can also handle trayless flow wrapping.The packaging can even be designed with a handy handle according to customer needs.
By using the Laser Flowpack700, companies and industries will not only save a considerable amount of money on minimal material consumption, but they will also become part of the green revolution and commit to reducing the amount of plastic waste they generate.
Adopting ESG principles through e.g., responsible production, consumption, reuse, and recovery of materials will prepare for the new EU regulations and take the necessary steps into a transition toward a more sustainable future.