Toronto, September 11, 2018 – Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) and its North American strategic partner Charta Global, will showcase their extensive array of packaging products including food grade, compostable, specialty and consumer retail products at Pack Expo 2018 October 14 – 17 at the McCormick Place in Chicago. APP will be stationed at Booth N-5360, Containers & Materials Pavilion.
This year, the highlight of APP and Charta Global’s exhibit is the FDA, ISEGA certified Bio Natura products from the company’s foopak line which has been recognized by the Business Intelligence Group as the 2018 “Sustainability Product of the Year.” The100 percent compostable, recyclable folding box board is ideally suited for fast food, take-away containers and hot beverage cups. Other products in the suite include greaseproof papers, boards and bakery liners.
Pack Expo International 2018 is one of North America’s biggest gathering of packaging suppliers and manufacturers of packaging goods, including pharmaceutical and medical devices companies. The exhibit will convene 2,500leading industry suppliers in around 1.2 million net square feet of exhibit space, with visitors expected from more than 125 counties. Pack Expo is produced by PMMI, the Association of Packaging and Processing Technologies.
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About Asia Pulp & Paper
Asia Pulp & Paper (APP), part of Sinar Mas, is a trade name for a group of pulp and paper manufacturing companies in Indonesia and China. APP is responsible for delivering quality products to meet the growing global demand for tissue, packaging and paper, with an annual combined pulp, paper, packaging product and converting capacity of over 19 million tons per annum. On any given day, APP’s products find their way into the hands of consumers in various branded forms from all over the world.
Ensuring supply chain integrity and commitment to the Sustainable Roadmap Vision 2020 are crucial to APP’s operations. Learn more about APP’s path to operational excellence by reading our Sustainability Reports and Forest Conservation Policy at www.asiapulppaper.com