“The future of packaging is to be more sustainable,” says Toly Chairman and CEO Andy Gatesy, as the manufacturing giant announced that it has entered into a business partnership Sulapac, a company that has developed a material made from wood and plant-based binders as an environmentally friendly alternative.
“Partnering with Sulapac on bio-based materials is an excellent addition to our platform,” Mr Gatesy continued, championing the company’s efforts to offer unique and disruptive solutions to accelerate growth in today’s eco-centric, beauty world.
Toly boasts an impressive history of working with well-known cosmetics companies dating back to the 1950s, and the multinational packaging supplier constantly works to find new means to develop more sustainable packaging, whilst sourcing more eco-friendly materials.
In fact, just last month, the world leading supplier of packaging solutions for the beauty industry teamed up with Paperfoam, a pioneer in injection-moulded technology that shapes foamed paper into solid scratch free packaging
“Sulapac’s mission is to accelerate the plastic waste-free future and leading global manufacturer Toly is a great addition to our partner network of sustainable forerunners. Together, we provide an even more versatile portfolio of beautiful, functional, and sustainable packaging,” says Dr Suvi Haimi, CEO and co-founder of Sulapac, commenting on the recent partnership.
The leading suppliers took the decision to join forces to align both companies with their long-term vision of delivering new sustainable and innovative solutions. The first product launch of this collaboration includes Toly’s popular stock Infinity line of compacts, which is now available worldwide.
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