Dry Molded Fiber patents granted in China, Russia, and Sweden
PulPac’s solid IP foundation for the Dry Molded Fiber technology keeps growing as the Chinese, Russian, and Swedish Patent Offices now grant patents in different patent families.
Further patent approvals expand PulPac’s IP portfolio in Dry Molded Fiber, which now spans 44 national approvals
PulPac’s solid IP foundation for the Dry Molded Fiber technology keeps growing. The Chinese, Russian, and Swedish Patent Offices have granted patents in different patent families.
Including these approvals, PulPac now has a portfolio of 44 national approvals and hundreds of pending approvals within over 15 patent families, which cover various aspects of Dry Molded Fiber technology for sustainable fiber-based packaging and single-use products.
”These grants continue to widen the protection and applicability of the Dry Molded Fiber production process as well as advance the positions of all our licensees. PulPac continues to enjoy significant attention from major industry players and is very excited about further developments that will be made public later in 2021. Naturally, we will continue to invest heavily to industrialize Dry Molded Fiber as the leading sustainable solution for circular packaging and sustainable single-use products.”, says Ove Larsson, founder, and Chief Technology Officer at PulPac.
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