Denmark-based Paboco, The Paper Bottle Company, starts full-scale production for its Next Gen Paper Bottle, a sustainable packaging solution made of 85% paper and 15% high-density polyethylene. Consumers can contribute to environmental change by choosing Forest Stewardship Council-certified fibre-based packaging.

Paboco Commences Full-Scale Production of Next Gen Paper Bottle

Denmark-based Paboco, The Paper Bottle Company, has announced the commencement of full-scale production for its Next Gen Paper Bottle.

The company will produce the fibre-based bottle at its Danish manufacturing site in Slangerup.

Paboco plans to deliver more than 20 million paper bottles from four production lines by the end of 2025. Initial production is focused on a minimum of 10,000 bottles.

The Next Gen Paper Bottle consists of 85% paper with a 15% high-density polyethylene barrier. It is durable, splash-resistant, and fully recyclable as paper packaging.

Initially targeting the beauty and homecare sectors, the Next Gen Paper Bottle has potential applications across various industries, including premium spirits, food and beverage, and more.

This expansion indicates advancements in sustainable packaging and offers consumers the chance to contribute to environmental change by choosing Forest Stewardship Council-certified fibre-based packaging.


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Paboco , Paper Bottle Company , Next Gen Paper Bottle , sustainable packaging , full-scale production , fibre-based bottle , Slangerup , Forest Stewardship Council , recyclable packaging

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