Sulapac welcomes Chanel as an investor

December 12th 2018

The Finnish company sulapac announces that the French luxury firm Chanel has decided to undertake its development, thus becoming its first investor from the cosmetic industry. With the aim of addressing the accumulation of non-biodegradable plastics, Sulapac has developed an innovative material that responds to the growing desire of consumers to find products or packaging that do not harm the environment.  
Sulapac® products use a biodegradable and microplastic-free material, made from FSC certified wood chips and natural binders. They have all the benefits of plastic, but they completely biodegrade and do not leave behind microplastics.  
Replacing plastic with Sulapac is easy: manufacturers can use their existing machinery with the material, without the need to build new factories. The 100% biodegradable packaging outperforms other sustainable alternatives in terms of barrier properties, rapid biodegradation, and unique appearance. Since it began its journey in 2016, Sulapac has won many international awards for its products that combine luxury, sustainability, and extensive design possibilities.  
“We have set very high quality standards for our sustainable material, with the ambition to replace plastic, and we are pleased to welcome Chanel, a leading brand representing the most demanding luxury segment, among our investors,” says Suvi Haimi , CEO & Co-founder of Sulapac. “Chanel is definitely one of the forerunners in the luxury segment, as they want to invest in the latest technological innovations and sustainable materials. Our mission to save this world from plastic waste is one big step closer! ”

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