TENTAC's new product hazai nano" was introduced by Senken Shimbun.
Expansion of environmentally friendly packages
Developed 100% recycled polyethylene
Tentac, a leading company in tags, labels and packaging, is expanding its lineup of sustainable packaging.Recently, in collaboration with major film manufacturer, we have develped a package made from 100% recycled polyethylene called hazai nano.
Offcuts from film manufacturing and bag making are collected, made in pellets and recycled as polyethylene.Recycled film products are "generally considered difficult to ensure quality" (TENTAC), but the company achieved high transparency through joint development with a major film manufacturer that has its own factory.
According to the company, overseas production is also possible and "despite being recycled materials, they can be used stably at a relatively low cost,". The company has also acquired GRS (Global Recycling Standard) certification.。
Applications are expected to focus on bags for transporting apparel products from overseas sewing factories to Japan. They can also be used for packaging of EC sales products for consumers.
The company is also steadily increasing its adoption for packaging and packaging materials using Green Nano CO2 Off, a technology that significantly reduces carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions during incineration."We would like to have offer a lineup of environmentally friendly products from various perspectives so that apparel companies can select the most suitable ones."
We are strengthening our package lineup.