With their ES technology, Jindal supplies metal films which form a major barrier to oxygen, aromas and humidity while offering sealant properties needed for packaging. With this film, they can replace three layers of the previous structure to achieve the following composition:
The Lo-G packaging system is fully personalised in line with the dimensions of the products packaged (Yomova payment terminal). This design reduces the weight and volume of the packaging and eliminates all other packaging elements. Just two elements are retained: the Lo-G wrap in bio-based HDPE and the cardboard box.
Recipients that can be filled and pasteurised at high temperature (95°) and thus replace glass recipients. This will make it possible to reduce the weight and save on CO2 emissions, as well as to reduce breakage waste. Opportunities to package pasta sauces, jam, etc.
The 3kg tomato tray is used on the shelves as primary packaging and also serves as transport packaging. This box contains wood fibres (from paper-wood recycling) and tomato plant fibres. The box can still be recycled with paper and cardboard.
The design of the ajustable protective packaging considerably reduces the number of products for the user. As its name indicates, the packaging can be adjusted to the product to be packaged. Several models are currently available, in different types of cardboard. The principle is simple: the adjustment is made using two cardboard pieces connected using a zip system. This product was developed for the AGC group but is now attracting a great deal of interest in industry in general.
The PP 15 drop single-dose box has been replaced by a PET 120ml multi-dose version. The single-dose box with 15 small glass bottles has been replaced by a single-dose box of 10 small PET bottles with 25% recycled content. The size of the box has been optimised and certain elements have been left out (aqua vector and padding).
The PE HD bottles are made by ISBM (injection stretch blow moulding) using bi-orientation technology, improving the mechanical properties and reducing the packaging weight. The 1l bottles now weigh 24g, which is 45% lighter than the PE bottles made by EBM (extrusion blow moulding). In addition, the ISBM technology opens up the possibility of limiting transport to preforms only and blowing the bottles directly at the client's.
The jar is no longer packaged in a cardboard box. The jar itself is lighter in weight. Moreover, it is now made of black polypropylene rather than PMMA. In addition, a scraper has been included inside to enable greater precision and less waste.