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Frimaq presents revolutionary thermoformer for the food industry

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The new cardboard thermoformer offers an alternative to the traditional packaging that until now has been carried out in 100% plastic containers.

Posted on Dec 06 ,05:40

Frimaq presents revolutionary thermoformer for the food industry

The new cardboard thermoformer designed by the Spanish company FRIMAQ is the solution that is sure to revolutionize the food packaging industry. This machine offers an alternative to the traditional packaging that until now has been carried out in 100% plastic containers. As an eco-sustainable solution, Carton Thermoformer can reduce the consumption of plastics in packaging by 70-80%.

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Frimaq has developed a unique system whereby a tray can be formed from a reel of virgin cardboard and laminated with a thin layer of film to make it completely airtight and ready for food use. The tray, 80% cardboard, is fully recyclable as we can separate the overlapping film from the cardboard for recycling.

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The Frimaq cardboard thermoformer is the solution for producers to manufacture their own trays using recyclable materials to package their products. The social conscience in search of new alternatives that are more environmentally responsible is a fact, and the demand for this type of packaging in the food industry will not leave the packaging industry indifferent, which will gradually have to adapt its offer and orient it towards reducing the use of plastic as much as possible. For this reason, Frimaq is already one step ahead by offering a real alternative for eco-sustainable packaging.

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