Bags and sacks
- High film output, excellent cost performance balance, easily adapted formulations
- High packaging-line speeds, excellent product imagery/branding potential, cost optimization opportunities, rigidity and stiffness for good machinability
- Superior transportation and storage packaging integrity, excellent product imagery/branding potential, good creep resistance during storage
- More convenience and less spillage for consumers
Video: Creating heavy duty sacks with sustainability benefits: The value chain working together.
See how Selene, ExxonMobil, W&H and Aventus and worked together to develop, create, test and fill heavy duty sacks with films containing 50% post-consumer recycled (PCR) PE content using ExxonMobil’s Exceed™ XP 8318 and Exceed 1012 performance polyethylene resins. Learn what each company contributed and evaluate the results.
Reifenhäuser Case study: Multi-cycle recycled PE heavy duty sacks
A collaboration between ExxonMobil, a leading global supplier of performance PE polymers, and Reifenhäuser, a leading manufacturer of converting technology, has developed a solution for multi-cycle recycling of heavy duty sacks within the same value-in-chain loop.
W&H: Block bottom valve bag solution with 30% recycled PE
New film structure with Exceed™ XP, Enable™ and Vistamaxx™ performance polymers helps to deliver balanced stiffness and toughness.
W&H: Extreme performance heavy duty sack films for improved load stability
ExxonMobil and Windmöller & Hölscher have developed an HDS and Form Fill Seal (FFS) film solution using Exceed XP performance PE polymers. The combination of OPTIMEX FFS line technology with Exceed XP performance PE polymers allows extreme performance HDS/FFS to be produced in one process.