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Joa partners with PulPac on North American Dry Molded Fibre Line

02 May '23
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Pic: Pulpac
Pic: Pulpac


  • PulPac has announced its partnership with Curt G. Joa, a custom machine manufacturing company, to expand its capabilities and meet the growing demand for sustainable packaging in North America.
  • Joa will provide PulPac with its Dry Molded Fibre production platform, called 'PulPac Modula', which has been customised for the United States market.
PulPac expands its capabilities and partners with machine builder Curt G. Joa (Joa) to meet North America’s huge and rapidly growing demand for sustainable packaging. Joa, a leading expert in engineering and custom machine manufacturing for the disposable hygiene market for almost a century, will provide the Dry Molded Fibre production platform 'PulPac Modula' specialised to the US market.

”We are very excited to welcome Joa as a turnkey partner to the Dry Molded Fibre network. They are a highly skilled partner with a strong market presence and extensive knowledge and background in building and supplying turnkey machines for fibre conversion in the hygiene industry. Joa will join us at our booth at Interpack. We are very much looking forward to introducing them to our customers and starting to deliver the PulPac Modula to licensees in North America together with them,” said Viktor Börjesson, chief partnership officer at PulPac.

”In PulPac and Dry Molded Fibre, we see enormous potential to bring sustainable packaging to the North American market. This is a true breakthrough technology. We look forward to applying our engineering excellence and industrial expertise to develop complete machine platforms for our joint customers,” said Ryan Brown, business development manager at Joa.

Dry Molded Fibre, invented and patented by PulPac, is a fibre-forming technology available to converters, brand owners, and partners to help create a new and competitive standard in sustainable packaging. Besides unmatched sustainability features, the unique fibre-forming technology offers unit economics competitive enough to make a viable shift from single-use plastics to fibre-based alternatives. With a licensing business model, PulPac is scaling the supply chain, a global network of partners supporting licensees in transitioning to Dry Molded Fibre.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (RR)

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