Quadpack and Sulapac enter into agreement for production of sustainable cosmetics packaging

Quadpack and Sulapac enter into agreement for production of sustainable cosmetics packaging

THE WHAT? Beauty packaging manufacturer Quadpack has entered into an agreement with sustainable materials manufacturer Sulapac to provide microplastic-free packaging.

THE DETAILS Quadpack has becomes the ‘Preferred Global Cosmetics Packaging Partner’ in Sulapac’s partner programme, and will add the add the capabilities to its bi-injection blow moulding technology, which allows using two materials in one step, in conjunction with Sulapac’s microplastic-free material and barrier.

As part of the partnership Quadpack will launch the new Sulapac Nordic Collection in spring 2020, which will include 15ml, 30ml and 50ml jars. More packaging types are set to be announced.

Ami Rubinstein, Sulapac’s Head of Sales, said, “We’ve got thousands of enquiries from cosmetics customers all over the world about our Nordic Collection and it has been sold out already in August 2019. The partnership with Quadpack, one of the top 10 European providers of cosmetics packaging, ensures we can more effectively serve a wider customer base.”

THE WHY? The alliance allows Quadpack to increase its sustainability credentials, with demand for eco-friendly packaging on the rise.

Jeremy Garrard, Director of Design and Advanced Technologies and Co-Founder of Quadpack, says, “Besides placing Quadpack among the most innovative and competitive cosmetics packaging providers worldwide, the partnership means that beauty brands will have access to truly sustainable packaging solutions, with the best microplastic-free, biodegradable material that is currently available in the market.”

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