World premiere of Molded Fiber Labeling™ for round fiber molded tubs at interpack 2023
MCC Verstraete has expanded its product range with a sustainable paper label solution for fiber molded packaging. Molded Fiber Labeling™ (in short: MFL™) will be showcased in collaboration with Pagès Group at interpack 2023. The live demos during the fair in Düsseldorf count as the world premiere of MFL™ for round fiber molded containers!
Mono-material fiber molded packaging
Molded fiber packaging is gaining interest from FMCG brands all over the world. As this type of packaging deserves a sustainable decoration method, Molded Fiber Labeling™ was developed in close collaboration with Pagès Group.
A glue-free label solution, Molded Fiber Labeling ensures a strong fusion with the fiber molded packaging. As packaging and label are made of compatible fiber materials, the result is a 100% mono-material packaging that can be fully recycled or composted. MFL is applicable to both wet and dry fiber molded packaging.
Live MFL™ demo at interpack 2023
Joining forces with MFL™ automation partner Pagès Group, we’re showcasing the versatility of Molded Fiber Labeling™ in Hall 15 / booth E57-5.
For the very first time, Molded Fiber Labeling will be applied live on round fiber molded containers! Fiber technology for the round tubs is provided by Kiefel.
Visitors are invited to swing by for live demos daily at 11am and 4pm, or on demand.
Other exhibitors that showcase MFL labels: Rottneros (Hall 8a/B05), Kiefel (Hall 8a/C57), Hébert (Hall 9/G23-5) and Bordex (Hall 9/H18).
Other MCC Verstraete solutions at interpack 2023
Molded Fiber Labeling™ isn’t the only MCC Verstraete showstopper in Düsseldorf. SealPPeel die-cut lidding will be demonstrated at the Profol booth (Hall9/H26). Find our solutions for Thermoforming IML at the Illig booth (Hall 6 / E02) and for Injection Molding at the Hofstetter booth (Hall 18 / B05).
Plan your interpack visit! Request your MCC Verstraete roadmap here.
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