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EkoWrap™ Eco-sustainable packaging

There are two types of system currently adopted in the ceramic industry for packaging stacks of tiles ready for palletisation: “wrap” and “cover”.
With the aim of overcoming the limits imposed by conventional technology. Nuovafima has developed EkoWrap™, a unique system based on a simplified packaging concept for both medium-small, medium-large and very large sizes.
It is an innovative type of wrap packaging system that uses two kids of corrugated die-cut cardboard and a patented closure system to enable it to package very large tile sizes.

On the one hand, EkoWrap™ offers protection around the entire perimeter of the stack of tiles, including the corners. The cardboard sheets overlap at the center of two opposing sides of the box, allowing the corners of the stacks – the most vulnerable points – to be completely enclosed.
At the same time it allows for considerable financial saving compared to existing technologies, with a cost reduction that can reach 60% for large sizes, depending on the formats. Alongside the financial advantages, there are also clear environmental benefits deriving from the use of smaller quantities of cardboard (reduction in packaging waste and savings in energy and row materials required to produce the packaging).
Operational characteristic of EkoWrap™ 

EkoWrap™ can be used in various operating modes.
The system can be fed either with corrugated cardboard blanks already cut-to-size and pre-printed with logos or with neutral cardboard blanks onto which multicoloured logos and brands are printed prior to the packaging stage.
In either case, the external shell allows the internal part of the packaging to be dispensed with and can be printed with further product information as required.

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