THE CTP, A KEY PLAYER OF ITS SECTOR
« There will be a before and after... Heading towards new landmarks of innovation »
Despite this troubled context, the paper industry stood firm in answer to the call for bio-sourced and recyclable products of primary necessity, namely through food packaging and hygiene products. Our industrial partners rose to the challenge of adapting and guaranteeing the continuity of their productions without compromising their principal objective: preserving the health of their teams.That said, businesses in our sector are beginning to feel that this “contextual” demand is now slowing down, despite efforts to invigorate local markets to compensate the upheaval in international trade.
A project in the air of the time!...
Development of innovative processes (chromatogeny and wet lamination of MFC) to obtain a 100% cellulosic, barrier, recyclable and compostable packaging material...
...3 proofs of concept: cups, clamshellls and trays .. all in paper & board!
European CELLUWIZ project (2019-2022)
Would you like to know more about the objectives of this promising project?
The project partners are proud to present a short video that summarises the objectives of this project...
#CTP #E-Bliss #InnovationPaper #Blister #TransparentPaper #Citéo An innovative, recyclable and biodegradable press packaging blister pack
Initiated in 2017, "e-Bliss" is an R&D project piloted and financed by Citéo, in partnership with the Centre Technique du Papier (CTP). The Citéo and CTP project has resulted in the creation of a transparent paper specially designed for routing and perfectly recyclable in the paper industry. Cellulose fibre is currently undergoing a technological revolution that makes it a credible solution to the difficulty of recycling certain packaging such as plastic routing boxes. For more information, do not hesitate to contact our experts...