Reshape your approach to packaging

With extremely high stretchability comes the possibility to replace plastics with striking and personal packaging solutions in exciting shapes. BillerudKorsnäs FibreForm® offers new opportunities for all kinds of packaging solutions where previously traditional papers have had their limitations. An anonymous product can be given a new lease of life and stand out from the crowd.

FibreForm® takes your packaging to a completely new level 

Whether you’re looking to give your packaging a new lease of life, communicate innovation and individuality or simply stand out from the crowd, Billerudkorsnäs FibreForm® takes your packaging to a completely new level.

Where traditional papers have previously had their limitations, FibreForm excels. Deep embossing, thermoforming and a wide range of coatings and barriers can all be applied to create truly unique shapes and packaging solutions for your product.

The sustainable replacement for plastic packaging, FibreForm consists of 100% primary fibre and its purity and strength are approved for contact with food. In thermoforming lines, it offers excellent runability and trays can be formed, filled and sealed in the same process.

Whether you’re a brand owner, converters or a packaging designer, you gain the freedom to create truly unique shapes and formed packaging designs. Are you ready to go to the next level next?

Stretching beyond your limitations with Thermoforming 

Running on existing high-speed thermoforming lines using Form-Fill-Seal (FFS) or preforms, FibreForm can produce outstanding 3D effects. A Natural, renewable and FSC certified alternative to plastic that boosts your brand. 

Deeper lasting impressions with embossing

Embossing can add an extra and unexpected dimension to your product packaging. Together with FibreForm® you can reproduce logo’s, brand names and iconic images using our deep embossing techniques, reinforcing your brand and stand out in busy and competitive retail environments.

Embossing also introduces a tactile element to packaging that can further highlight your choice of sustainable material or brand experience. 

 

FreeFormPack™ – Inline form-fill-seal packaging

Suitable for non-liquid food markets (granulates, powders, tablets and pieces) and all non-food markets, FreeFormPack™ is a complete inline form-fill-seal packaging system offered by the Swedish company FibreForm Packaging. It is based on two groundbreaking technologies, FibreForm® formable paper and the PAM/BOM™ forming machine.

FreeForm Pack offers you:

  • Fibre-Based containers formable in 3D
  • Brand-specific unique shapes and forms
  • Flexible manufacturing – multiple shapes in one machine
  • Customizable designs – both macro shaping and micro embossing
  • Natural look and feel 

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Certified for your needs

If your looking for a raw material consisting of 100% primary fibre, then FibreForm is the our customers are guaranteed a pure and strong paper. BillerudKorsnäs FibreForm is, of course, approved for contact with food.

BillerudKorsnäs FibreForm® certified in accordance with FSC®-COC Standard

BillerudKorsnäs FibreForm is the sustainable alternative. The raw material is renewable and comes from well-managed forests. It is officially certified in accordance with FSC-COC standard.

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Replace plastics with Sustainable packaging 

With its smooth and natural feel, FibreForm® packaging communicates a distinctive character that is perfect for your environmentally friendly and high-quality product.
Quality however, does not mean compromise – FibreForm is biodegradable and recyclable.

Green communication – The soft and natural shapes of BillerudKorsnäs FibreForm® give the product and its packaging a real touch of environmental friendliness and ecological responsibility. The environmental appeal of the paper is unique. It is biodegradable and recyclable.

The raw material is renewable and comes from well-managed forests. It is officially certified in accordance with FSC-COC standard.

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Last updated: 2014-12-17