Rani Plast’s customers increasingly demand the use of sustainable raw materials in packaging films.
Greenhouse entrepreneur explains why plastic packaging is the eco-choice for freshness and reducing waste
Aleksi Hauhtonen, the 38-year-old CEO of Kannuksen Kauppapuutarha, lives an interesting and busy entrepreneurial life. Every year, the family business produces more than a million kilos of cucumbers and half a million lettuces in its 8,500 square metre greenhouse growing facilities.
We all know that manoeuvring a large ship takes time. Patience and professionalism are required from the captain and the crew navigating a large ship safely to port. At Rani Plast, we think in much the same way about the sustainable development of the plastics industry.
Although plastic packaging accounts for close to 0.5% of Europe’s consumer CO2 footprint, Rani Plast is delivering its own sustainability strategy partly by providing carbon neutral products for advanced packaging solutions.
RaniCollationShrink EcoL is a high-performance beverage shrink film manufactured from 50% recycled raw material for use primarily in the beverage industry. Rani Plast is now developing a similar product comprising 70% recycled material.