Sofidel joins the Dry Molded Fiber network
The aim of the collaboration is to provide the Dry Molded Fiber network with high-quality tissue paper and support the shift towards sustainable fiber-based packaging and away from single-use plastics.
PulPac’s Dry Molded Fiber network expands as Sofidel Sweden AB joins as a preferred partner for tissue
PulPac continues to expand its already extensive network around the Dry Molded Fiber technology with new partner, Sofidel Sweden AB, part of Sofidel Group and a renowned expert in specialty tissue. The collaboration aims to provide the Dry Molded Fiber network with high-quality tissue paper and support the shift towards sustainable fiber-based packaging and away from single-use plastics.
We look forward to supporting the PulPac community with specialty tissue
– Roger Svensk, Marketing Director, at Sofidel Sweden
“A partnership with such a strong company as Sofidel Sweden, highly committed to sustainability, is extremely encouraging for PulPac and the Dry Molded Fiber community. Through firsthand experience, we know that Sofidel provides the highest quality tissue, and we are very pleased to recommend this solution to our customers. We are very excited and look forward to replacing single-use plastics together with Sofidel”, says Viktor Börjesson, Chief Partnership Officer at PulPac.
PulPac’s global network of world-leading suppliers covers application development, toolmakers, pulp, tissue and barrier solutions, machinery, and turnkey providers. Partners share the vision of holistic sustainability with designing for purpose and circularity, where packaging and single-use products ideally only hold for its use and are then recycled but biodegrade if they end up in nature.
“We are strong believers in collaboration across the value chain, especially when engaging in a sustainability journey. Combining and leveraging know-how to accelerate the shift towards plastic-free packaging for a greener future must be a priority for all packaging industry leaders. We look forward to supporting the PulPac community with specialty tissue adapted to the Dry Molded Fiber technology”, comments Roger Svensk, MD, at Sofidel Sweden.
Following on PulPac’s community approach to enable a vast and ever-growing network globally within the Dry Molded Fiber breakthrough technology, this partnership is non-exclusive.
Pierpaolo Bucci, Sofidel Country Sales Manager, email@example.com
We are the inventors of Dry Molded Fiber. Our groundbreaking technology helps producers within the packaging industry to swiftly transition toward circularity. With our cost-competitive, fiber-based alternative, they meet the market and planet’s needs for responsibly produced packaging but also gain leverage by spearheading the industry. With a global partner network, we build a community to ensure we reach our goal of making Dry Molded Fiber the new standard.
About Dry Molded Fiber
A brilliantly simple solution for packaging producers to meet the market’s and planet’s needs for responsibly produced packaging. Dry Molded Fiber enables a swift transition towards circularity, with a cost-competitive, fiber-based alternative. Turns ordinary pulp into any rigid, three dimensional product, using almost no water. And it’s fast!
The Sofidel Group
The Sofidel Group, based in Porcari (Lucca), is one of the world leaders in the production of paper for hygienic and domestic use. Founded in 1966, the Group is present in 12 countries – Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Poland, Hungary, Greece, Romania, and the United States – with over 6,000 employees, group net sales of €2,173 million (2020) and a production capacity of over one million tons per year (1,428,000 tons in 2020). “Regina” is its best-known brand, present in most of the reference markets. Other brands include: Softis, Le Trèfle, Sopalin, KittenSoft, Nalys, Cosynel, Lycke, Nicky, and Papernet. A member of Global Compact and the international WWF Climate Savers program, the Sofidel Group considers sustainability a strategic growth factor and is committed to reducing the impact on natural capital and maximizing social benefits with the aim of creating shared added value for all its stakeholders. Sofidel’s 2030 greenhouse gas emission reduction targets have been recognized by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) to be in line with the levels required to limit global warming well below 2°C, as required by the Paris Agreement. www.sofidel.com