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  • 22 Jan 2019

Tadbik introduces Repeat recyclable film

Tadbik introduces Repeat recyclable film

Tadbik has launched Repeat, a new recyclable film.

Repeat addresses the market need for sustainable packaging and combines multiple advantages. It offers the properties, barrier and functionality of a standard multi-layer structure, while being 100 percent sustainable. It is suitable for recycling in communities with existing PE film recycling stream and can be recycled just like a standard Polyethylene bag (LDPE 4 ). Repeat is suitable for standard flow-pack as well as fill and seal equipment.

Gili Drori, CEO and owner of Tadbik explains the rationale to introduce REPEAT: ‘In recent years we are witnessing criticism regarding the plastics-industry and its ramifications, mainly motivated by environmental movements. While there isn’t binding regulation to collect and recycle food packages in almost any of the developed countries, the packaging industry had already defined its goal to implement 100 percent recyclable packages by the year 2025. We decided there’s no time like the present to accelerate this process.’

Lila Shpakovski, CTO of Tadbik added: ‘Along with the rising demand to introduce recyclable packaging, our customers require uncompromising printing quality, ease of operation and similar shelf life to conventional packaging. While developing Repeat, we ensured that these demands are fully met in a product that is full of proven benefits.’

Repeat is available as reels, pre-made flat, stand-up pouches and zippered pouches.


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