New recyclable PET blister film by Klockner Pentaplast


New recyclable PET blister film by Klockner Pentaplast

A global manufacturer of high barrier protective packaging results with industry-leading use of recyclable content material has launched KpNext, its first-to-market innovation in recyclable PET blister films. KpNext is the single PET receivable blister that is compatible with pharmaceutical manufacturing form, fill and seal equipment. This is the next step towards evolution for innovative pharmaceutical blister packaging solution, not only kp next is designed to be recyclable a blister packaging, but also pocket-friendly. Pharmaceutical companies and converters can now utilize kpNext on their existing form, fill and seal lines with no waste of line speed or a need to retool. It truly is the best of both worlds, a sustainable yet functional solution.

“For over 55 years, KP has been at the forefront of sustainable packaging designs, championing the circular economy and closed-loop recycling while leading in innovative, recycled-content products,” said Scott Tracey, CEO of Klöckner Pentaplast.

At launch, Dr. Jorg Schneewind, President of KP’s Ph.D. The division said: “kpNext is an example of excellence in product innovation because it has been designed to be recyclable and is a seamless transition, taking the burden off our customers to adapt to the sustainable film. Instead, the film adapted to the equipment. It’s a true milestone for the industry and for KP – in our ability to support our customers in meeting their sustainability commitments.”

As a firm, they committed to taking every opportunity to make packaging recyclable. A win-win for their long-term partners.

For more details: www.kpfilms