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The packaging material plays a significant role in protecting and preserving products throughout their lifecycle.


These are the materials commonly used in the packaging industry, selected for their product protection, durability and aesthetics.

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Recycled Plastic
A recycled, flexible and lightweight material. We also provide a compostable option blended with cornstarch.
PP Woven & Non-Woven
Woven and non-woven bags both create sturdy, waterproof products that can be reused for many years.
A natural material ideal for eco-conscious brands looking to create durable, reusable bags that can be easily customised.
Known as the ‘golden fibre’, jute is 100% biodegradable. Ideal for brands that are looking for reusable items with a natural feel.
A natural, breathable fibre. Hemp is incredibly tough and ideal for carrying heavy items. It is also non-toxic and biodegradable.
Cotton’s more sustainable cousin, bamboo has been making waves for its lightness, durability and renewability as a material.


These innovative materials are from renewable resources, minimise impact on the environment and communicate a sustainable message to customers.

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A next-generation eco-material made of wood fibres. Flexible and strong with a distinctive feel, suitable for luxury items.
Seaweed Paper
For beautifully unique packaging. Speckled, strong and stylish, seaweed is one of the most renewable materials in the world.
Sugarcane Paper
Discarded sugarcanes are blended with kraft paper to produce an unbleached FSC MIX material.