Alternatieven voor PVdC gecoate folies bieden groei opties

20 december 2016

Deferring to the popular consumer sentiment, numerous countries across Western Europe have banned or restricted the use of polyvinylidene chloride (PVdC)-coated films in food packaging. The move opens up the market for sustainable and specialty packaging solutions that are cost effective, offer transparency, and have excellent barrier properties even at high temperature and humidity. Options are being considered.
Ethyl vinyl alcohol (EVOH) co-extruded films, which are the only comparably priced substitutes for PVdC-coated films, have already grabbed 46.7 percent of the total specialty films market in Western Europe (Persbericht Frost & Sullivan, 1 december 2016).
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