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Engineered Renewable Materials

Forest Inc. is involved in revolutionary packaging solutions in close cooperation with end users under its programme of Engineered Renewable Materials.

The product is a substitute for FBB, SBS and Litho-Lam box constructions and offers up to 40% reduction in weight, whilst in improves the phisical properties and offers perfect printability

The product quantifies Brand Owners' commitment to sustainable and responsible development (numbers, DJSI)

The product decreases total cost of ownership, CO2 emmissions, waste

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The product replaces EPS + absorbtion pad for fresh fish and meat portion packaging

The construction balances the absorbtion of any exsess liquids and fat (chicken, salmon agressive fats) and extends the freshness and keeps the product from drying out.

One Bin recycling

PATENT PENDING (No. P-201500082, RS Patent Office)

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Forest Inc. is involved in developing Lignin-based composites will partially or even fully replace PE and PP-based materials for food packaging and barrier materials

Lignin's polyphenolic structure shows excellent antimicrobial and antioxidant properties for Food packaging

Lignin is the most common natural plasticizering filler/material.

Lignin granules shows good properties during process chains (different compounding)

One Bin recycling

Forest Inc. is involved in a large strategic pulp procurement pool, which serves independent and innovative paper mills.

Such organised fiber procurement adds up to better planning, clock work and optimisation of working capital on both sides of the supply chain.

Forest Inc. closely cooperates with Smurfit Kappa on sales promotion of its MB-12 ADSORPTION TECHNOLOGY, the most functional and clean solution for prevention of mineral oil migration.

Latest News
March 2019
An Art Intervention

Forest Inc. is supporting a new art project which will display a living temporary forest on the football pitch in Klagenfurt near Woerthersee, Austria. The stadium was built for the European Football Championship, EURO 2008. While it no longer serves as an international meeting point for football, it makes an ideal venue for the forest project, creating a metaphor for the modern world and the need to raise awareness to respect and care for forests and the environment.
The FOR FOREST project will open on the 8th of September 2019 and will last until the beginning of November, during which time the forest will transform into all its autumn glory. By making the forest the centre of attention, the project's authors hope it will become synonymous with global care for forests and offer a chance for the forest industry to present itself to a broad public as well as to important and influential communities. Forest Inc says it is proud to have been invited to join the project and is excited to play a part in making it happen.

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