Case study: Helping Nestlé meet their circularity goals with strong and tough collation shrink films incorporating 25% recycled content for secondary packaging

To help meet their sustainability goals, Nestlé wanted to use post-consumer recycled content (PCR) of 25% for the collation shrink film used to package their milk powder tins and flavor concentrate tins at four of their processing plants in Central America. Learn how they succeeded with a mechanically strong formulation incorporating PCR using ExxonMobil performance PE.

Collation shrink films can incorporate recycled content can still be tough and strong.   Learn how from this multi-company collaboration involving Nestle, Ternova, CPAI and ExxonMobil.

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