Support for PulPac, Nordic Barrier Coating and OrganoClick

The consortium of PulPac, Nordic Barrier Coating and OrganoClick has been granted financial support for continued development of 100% biobased, plastic- and PFAS-free barriers and materials for demanding food packaging applications. The development project is funded from the Swedish strategic innovation program BioInnovation financed by the Swedish innovation agency Vinnova.

Following breakthroughs made last 2021, the consortium will continue the project that focuses on integration of commercially scalable environmentally friendly water and/or grease resistant barriers specialised in Dry Molded Fibre.

Viktor Börjesson, Chief Partnership Officer, PulPac, comments, “We are proud about the breakthroughs achieved within BioInnovation with our partners. The combined performance in OrganoClick’s chemistry and scalability coupled with NBC’s dynamic ability to form specialised materials makes this an important project. Dry Molded Fibre is disrupting fibre forming, making it possible to manufacture paper packaging without wasting valuable water resources or energy and significantly reducing CO2, at unit economics that are competitive. These solutions are plastic-free, biodegradable and recyclable – important qualities to our customers.”

Dan Blomstrand, VP Biocomposites, OrganoClick AB, comments, “We are eager to continue building on the breakthroughs reached in step one of this BioInnovation program. The potential markets being enabled in packaging and single-use products with our 100% biobased and home compostable coating and binder products for Dry Molded Fibre by PulPac are enormous.”

Urban Winberg, CEO, Nordic Barrier Coating AB, adds, “The delicate art of designing materials and combining functions from OrganoClick’s chemistry adapted for Dry Molded Fibre has yielded exciting opportunities as shown in last year’s breakthroughs. We can now invest in infrastructure and industrial capacity to commercially pilot the solutions discovered, and to cater to Dry Molded Fibre’s global uptake.”

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