FaiveleyTech and Sulapac continue their successful collaboration

June 18th, 2024

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FaiveleyTech reveals a new marble-like finish for beauty packaging made with Sulapac® bio-based materials. This example is one of many projects resulting from their long-term collaboration.

As a recognized expert in manufacturing with Sulapac materials, FaiveleyTech is the first to create Sulapac® cosmetic packaging with a marble effect. Fragrance capsules in different shades were created using Sulapac Luxe Flex, a highly functional bio-based material designed to replace technical plastics in beauty packaging. Thanks to the manufacturing process, the pattern is repeatable but each piece remains unique, reflecting exclusivity and elegance.

FaiveleyTech specializes in high value-added plastic injection molding for the industrial, health and beauty sectors. Since 2018, the company has partnered with Sulapac. Sulapac's bio-based materials are recyclable, have a low carbon footprint, and leave no permanent microplastics or toxic load.

“Sulapac is the first bio-based material that meets the functional, aesthetic and quality requirements established by us and our beauty clients,” he says. Beryl Tomaschett, sales director at FaiveleyTech Orgelet. “Having shown that we can achieve this exquisite marble effect with very thick walls opens up even more opportunities for brands to use Sulapac instead of conventional plastic,” she adds.

Long-term collaboration

FaiveleyTech is the manufacturer of Sulapac® products in the N°1 beauty range of Chanel. Previous collaborations between FaiveleyTech and Sulapac also include caps and closures for Shiseido's entire Ulé line, as well as fragrance caps for Chanel Les Eaux 125ml.

“We are grateful for our collaboration with FaiveleyTech so far. “They have demonstrated an unwavering commitment to driving the industry towards a cleaner future by introducing Sulapac to their customers and investing in joint product development,” he says. Colin Strobant, commercial director of cosmetics at Sulapac.

FaiveleyTech has experience with nine different grades of Sulapac materials, including Sulapac Premium with large wood chips, exclusive to Chanel, which incorporates by-products from the company's own production, as well as Sulapac Barrie, used for parts in contact with the bulk. To date, FaiveleyTech has already transformed more than 100 tons of Sulapac materials into products.

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