April, 2023

Evertis believes that collaboration and the sharing of expertise is key to the success of a true circular economy for the PET industry. Our Technical Manager at Evertis Brasil, Felipe Madruga de Oliveira, recently shared his expertise at the Packaging & Sustainability Workshop, organized by Instituto de Embalagens1. The event was a huge success and brought together some of the best packaging specialists in the industry to discuss the latest developments and innovations in sustainable packaging.

We shared our insights on various sustainable film solutions, including PET based films with high percentage of RPET content, mono material recyclable barrier solutions and sealing solutions. We also discussed the benefits of thermoforming PET films and why these are the ideal solution for high-quality food packaging trays for a variety of applications, including meat packaging, cheese packaging, pasta packaging, and fish packaging.

Felipe also highlighted the importance of using barrier tray technology to ensure that food stays fresh and protected during distribution and storage. This technology is essential for keeping food safe and reducing food waste, a major global challenge.

Overall, the Packaging & Sustainability Workshop was an excellent opportunity for professionals in the industry to come together, share their knowledge, and work towards creating a more sustainable future for packaging. We are proud to have been a part of this event and look forward to continuing to promote the development of the best packaging solutions for a better world.

Evertis shares expertise at packaging and sustainability industry workshop

April, 2023

Evertis believes that collaboration and the sharing of expertise is key to the success of a true circular economy for the PET industry. Our Technical Manager at Evertis Brasil, Felipe Madruga de Oliveira, recently shared his expertise at the Packaging & Sustainability Workshop, organized by Instituto de Embalagens1. The event was a huge success and brought together some of the best packaging specialists in the industry to discuss the latest developments and innovations in sustainable packaging.

We shared our insights on various sustainable film solutions, including PET based films with high percentage of RPET content, mono material recyclable barrier solutions and sealing solutions. We also discussed the benefits of thermoforming PET films and why these are the ideal solution for high-quality food packaging trays for a variety of applications, including meat packaging, cheese packaging, pasta packaging, and fish packaging.

Felipe also highlighted the importance of using barrier tray technology to ensure that food stays fresh and protected during distribution and storage. This technology is essential for keeping food safe and reducing food waste, a major global challenge.

Overall, the Packaging & Sustainability Workshop was an excellent opportunity for professionals in the industry to come together, share their knowledge, and work towards creating a more sustainable future for packaging. We are proud to have been a part of this event and look forward to continuing to promote the development of the best packaging solutions for a better world.

1 Information provided by NAPCOR from the studies Cradle-to-resin life cycle analysis of polyethylene terephthalate resin (March 2020) and Life cycle impacts for post-consumer recycled resins: PET, HDPE, and PP (December 2018). All data sources may be found on this link.

Evertis shares expertise at packaging and sustainability industry workshop

April, 2023

Evertis believes that collaboration and the sharing of expertise is key to the success of a true circular economy for the PET industry. Our Technical Manager at Evertis Brasil, Felipe Madruga de Oliveira, recently shared his expertise at the Packaging & Sustainability Workshop, organized by Instituto de Embalagens1. The event was a huge success and brought together some of the best packaging specialists in the industry to discuss the latest developments and innovations in sustainable packaging.

We shared our insights on various sustainable film solutions, including PET based films with high percentage of RPET content, mono material recyclable barrier solutions and sealing solutions. We also discussed the benefits of thermoforming PET films and why these are the ideal solution for high-quality food packaging trays for a variety of applications, including meat packaging, cheese packaging, pasta packaging, and fish packaging.

Felipe also highlighted the importance of using barrier tray technology to ensure that food stays fresh and protected during distribution and storage. This technology is essential for keeping food safe and reducing food waste, a major global challenge.

Overall, the Packaging & Sustainability Workshop was an excellent opportunity for professionals in the industry to come together, share their knowledge, and work towards creating a more sustainable future for packaging. We are proud to have been a part of this event and look forward to continuing to promote the development of the best packaging solutions for a better world.

1 To learn more about Instituto de Embalagens, visit their website.
April, 2023

Evertis believes that collaboration and the sharing of expertise is key to the success of a true circular economy for the PET industry. Our Technical Manager at Evertis Brasil, Felipe Madruga de Oliveira, recently shared his expertise at the Packaging & Sustainability Workshop, organized by Instituto de Embalagens1. The event was a huge success and brought together some of the best packaging specialists in the industry to discuss the latest developments and innovations in sustainable packaging.

We shared our insights on various sustainable film solutions, including PET based films with high percentage of RPET content, mono material recyclable barrier solutions and sealing solutions. We also discussed the benefits of thermoforming PET films and why these are the ideal solution for high-quality food packaging trays for a variety of applications, including meat packaging, cheese packaging, pasta packaging, and fish packaging.

Felipe also highlighted the importance of using barrier tray technology to ensure that food stays fresh and protected during distribution and storage. This technology is essential for keeping food safe and reducing food waste, a major global challenge.

Overall, the Packaging & Sustainability Workshop was an excellent opportunity for professionals in the industry to come together, share their knowledge, and work towards creating a more sustainable future for packaging. We are proud to have been a part of this event and look forward to continuing to promote the development of the best packaging solutions for a better world.