Polyden Folien’s shrink films made with Cardia BiohybridTM technology
Polyden Folien have launched their new range of packaging films made with Cardia BiohybridTM technology that meet highest packaging performance standards. Cardia BiohybridTM proprietary technology combines renewable thermoplastics with polyethylene material to reduce dependence on finite oil resources and to reduce carbon footprint.
Polyden Folien Managing Director, Peter Moser, said “The combination of packaging performance, environmental profile and cost effectiveness made Cardia BiohybridTM technology the solution for Polyden Folien’s sustainable packaging needs.”
Polyden Folien’s product launch of flexible films made with Cardia BiohybridTM technology is consistent with the company’s business development of sustainable packaging.
Cardia Bioplastics Managing Director, Dr Frank Glatz, said “We are delighted to be collaborating with Polyden Folien. They are one of Germany’s leading flexible film specialists with a strong track record of providing innovative products to the packaging industry. In addition to offering high performing packaging films and excellent service, they are clearly committed to sustainable development of their products. Our partnership with Polyden Folien will enable their film customers to purchase innovative packaging products with reduced dependence on finite oil resources and lower carbon footprint.”
Peter Moser emphasised Polyden Folien‘s strategy on responsible packaging. “We are excited to work with Cardia Bioplastics. Our packaging products made from their BiohybridTM resins will form an integral part of our responsible packaging offering. We are looking forward to presenting our customers the BiohybridTM packaging films, in particular for shrink film applications,” he said.
Cardia Bioplastics is benefiting from the trend towards sustainable packaging with products used in a broad range of packaging applications, including flexible film, injection moulding, blow moulding, foam, extrusion and coating applications. It gives customers the choice of using sustainable Cardia BiohybridTM technology (less oil, lower carbon foot print) or Cardia’s internationally certified Compostable technology for their packaging or plastic products.
About Cardia Bioplastics
Cardia Bioplastics Limited (ASX CODE: CNN), through its 100% owned subsidiary Cardia Bioplastics Australia Pty Ltd, develops, manufactures and markets sustainable resins and finished products derived from renewable resources for the global packaging and plastic products industries. The company holds a strong patent portfolio and its growth is fuelled by the global trend towards sustainable packaging. Established in Australia in 2002 as Biograde, the company Headquarters and Global Applications Development Centre is in Melbourne, Australia. The Product Development Centre and manufacturing plant is in Nanjing, China. There are Cardia Bioplastics offices in the Americas, Malaysia, Europe and China, and a network of leading distributors across the Americas, Asia and Europe.
About Polyden Folien
Polyden Folien is one of Germany’s leading flexible film specialists with a strong track record of offering innovative products to the packaging industry. Founded in 1958 in Heilsbronn by Hans Dentler, the family-run business has developed to an operation with 150 employees. Polyden Folien manufactures its broad range of flexible film products using modern mono-layer and multi-layer film extrusion and printing equipment. At two production locations in Heilsbronn, Polyden Folien converts 18,000 tonnes of polyethylene to flexible film products. Several thousand customers have chosen Polyden Folien for their product supply. This is both testimony and stimulation for Polyden Folien’s strive for quality and reliability as a leading flexible film supplier to the European packaging industry.
Dr Frank Glatz (Managing Director Cardia Bioplastics)
phone: +61 400 930 530
Barry Oosthuizen (Communication Advisor Cardia Bioplastics)
phone: +61 413 185 135
Source: POLYDEN-Folienfabrik GmbH, press release, 2011-12-19.