Consumer demands are always evolving. Aseptic filling could be the solution that food and beverage manufacturers can use to keep up with these changing demands. By Tetra Pak

Today's consumers demand for all things convenient, and manufacturers have developed solutions such as smaller sized or unique packaging that can help consumers eat or drink on-the-go, feeding a growing sector of packaging: flexible packaging. By Farah Nazurah

With Kotkamills’ folding boxboards Aegle, brand owners and designers can create attractive packaging while meeting consumer demand for ecological products. Manufactured using wood raw material in an effective way, the boards are fully recyclable and repulpable with normal paper recycling process.

Offering a high stiffness yet being lightweight, the boxboards suit various packaging needs from cosmetics and pharmaceuticals to dry, chilled and frozen food, and general packaging.

The boards are also available in a silk matt coating other than the standard fully coated glossy surface, allowing for good printability and enhancing the use of various special effects such as lacquering and foiling.

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