The new EU plastics strategy sets the guidelines: by 2030, all packaging in the EU should be completely recyclable. This is where the innovation FlatMap® comes in with new standards:
Packaging specialist Sealpac GmbH, film manufacturer Buergofol GmbH, carton packaging specialist Van Genechten Packaging and the Swiss family business Bigler AG Fleischwaren have brought FlatMap® to market maturity.
Your kitchen helper
Portioned freshness straight to the table with the practical serving plate.
Your recycling booster
Unique complete separability of film and FSC cardboard – your all-round solution for a satisfied consumer.
Your contribution to less food waste
With our innovative reseal quality, you guarantee your customers freshness right down to the last slice.
Your brand ambassador
Thanks to full-surface printability using the 4/c offset process, there are no limits to your brand communication.
Consumer-friendly opening behavior with perfect reclosing force.
The cardboard board is lined with an up to 100% recyclable polyolefin-based liner and can be easily separated from the cardboard board after use.
FSC fresh fibers – printed using high-quality offset printing with low-migration inks and varnishes.
FlatMap® can be implemented on SEALPAC A-Series traysealers with FlatMap® preparation. With the innovative semi-automatic M-Flex traysealer, the full SEALPAC performance is now also available for smaller production processes.
FlatMap® is stable packaging that is presented standing, hanging or lying down. Since it is particularly flat, your product can be accommodated in large quantities in the refrigerated section to save space.
Thanks to the tight-fitting film, the packaging contains less oxygen than conventional resealable thermoformed packaging. This prevents color changes in your product – and makes it a fast-moving item at the POS.
Cheese slices, sausages or chicken salami – the MAP packaging FlatMap® is suitable for all sliced applications. The printable cardboard carrier serves as a serving plate – ideal for your branding.