Görans, a meat producer from the region of Ostrobothia in Finland, has been packaging products in Rani Plast’s film for over a decade. Görans’ products, for which Rani Plast has developed a unique packaging film, can be found in the frozen food displays of supermarkets. The printing is of the finest quality and the contact surface is distinctive.
Rani Plast launched two new oxygen barrier films for the 2019 farming season, the underlayer RaniPrO2 and the silage film RaniSilO2. Some farmers used only a RaniSilO2 silage film, for easier covering and to ensure feed quality.
An efficient way to reduce the carbon footprint for a plastic film is to increase the amount of recycled raw material used in its manufacture. This is a key finding from a Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) recently conducted by Rani Plast.
A new pest-repellent bale wrap, designed to protect against bird and rodent attack and reduce financial losses for farmers, will be launched by Rani Plast in the spring.
Rani Plast has taken significant steps towards greener printing by re-using solvents and investing in a new machine, which prints to record widths with reduced ink and solvent use.
In line with several other companies, Finnish coffee supplier Slurp has chosen plastic as the most environmentally acceptable material for its new coffee packaging.