We produce light and flexible packaging that is optimally tailored to its consumer goods – for the long way from production via complex logistics chains, via retailers to the consumer, with the highest process efficiency, in a hygienically safe condition, with communicative and partially preserving additional benefits.

And with minimal use of materials: the films are often thinner than a human hair and only weigh 1-2 percent of the packaged consumer goods. LiteFlexPackaging can therefore hardly be beaten within environmental LifeCycleAssessments…

… but still to be optimized: That’s why we offer various options that make LiteFlexPackaging even more sustainable, our Categories of Sustainability.

We produce LiteFlexPackaging as pre-assembled bags (LiteFlexBag) or as rolls that are formed, filled and sealed during a automated process at our customers’ site. (LiteFlexFormFillSeal).

We are happy to explain the numerous possible combinations for application and sustainability.

Examples are shown here:

  • A bag that consists of at least 70% renewable raw materials that can be labeled as climate neutral and 100% recyclable. In order for it to be correct, we pay attention to the details: Do we talk about Cradle-to-gate or the entire life cycle, according to which standard should the recyclability be assessed?
  • The second example in the right FFS-column shows that in case the RecyClass system is relevant, the claim is different: RecyclableRecyClass B+ for an exemplary printed film that consists of 40% plastic, coming from PostConsumerRecycling.