Inmaco Solutions is participating at the Fachpack 2022 [27-29 SEP]
Inmaco Solutions is participating at the Fachpack 2022 [Hall 4 / 4-144]
Inmaco Solutions, your partner in sustainable packaging technology is participating at the Fackpack 2022. [27-29 sep] We will present a variety of paper-based packaging solutions that can replace your plastic packaging. Our team is delighted to invite you to the stand (Hall 4 / 4-144). Update on the latest developments in packaging development and technology.
Come and visit us to hear more about our Test & Experience Centre | Barrières and Coatings | Non-round lidding technology | Thin wall pulp moulding machinery and more…
Inmaco Solutions has developed pulp moulding production technologies able to produce products with thin wall thickness (0,5-0,7 mm). To reduce raw material & electrical costing per product.
Looking forward to meet you all at the Fachpack 2022.
Inmaco has over 40 years of experience with paper and molded fibre machinery design and
production. Our machines are used in the production of consumer food packaging (e.g., cardboard
ice-cream and butter tubs, cardboard snacks packaging and molded fibre packaging for take away
foods and vegetables at food retailers) and industrial applications (e.g., molded fibre protective
cushions for medicine, electronics and other consumer products replacing polystyrene).
Since 2017 a new management team led by Marthijn Broeils has accelerated growth and focused R&D initiatives towards high potential technologies. Today, the company is a leader in paper and molded fibre
technology and supplies the majority of global packaging converters. Marthijn Broeils: “We plan on reducing lead times by expanding production capacity and improving customer service. We will also continue to invest significantly in R&D and consider further acquisitions to expand its product offering.”
Both the paperboard and pulp packaging markets are expected to grow significantly over the coming years
on the back of increasing consumer awareness of the environmental impact of plastic packaging and
legislative initiatives to reduce the use of plastics. With all major consumer brand owners aiming to
use 100% recyclable and/or bio-degradable packaging by 2030, a significant shift towards paper and
pulp packaging in consumer food products is taking place. Inmaco is well positioned to benefit from
this trend through its proprietary developed reliable and high-performing lines of machinery and its
proven track record at leading clients.