Press releases

Paris/Stockholm, 11 December 2019: A recent study found that paper sacks and form-fill-seal (FFS) polyethylene sacks provided equivalent protection for cement when stored for 18 months under the same…

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Industry Publications

How to specify and design paper-based packaging in a way to ensure high quality recycling by the paper industry. These recyclability guidelines - developed by Cepi, CITPA, ACE and FEFCO, – give…

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Stockholm/Paris, 14 October 2019. After a successful launch in 2018, the European Paper Bag Day enters the second round on 18 October 2019 with many different activities and celebrations throughout…

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Paris/Stockholm, 1 July 2019: "Shaping the future of packaging" was the theme of EUROSAC’s annual congress in Ljubljana from 23 to 24 May 2019. More than 100 participants discussed the EU’s view on…

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Eurosac Statistics

Annual paper sack deliveries in Europe including estimations of non-EUROSAC members

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Industry Publications

CITPA in cooperation with the paper & board supply, FEFCO, CEPI, Cepi ContainerBoard and other associations developed the new Food Contact Guidelines.

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Eurosac in the media

Catherine Kerninon, EUROSAC, and Elin Gordon, CEPI Eurokraft, present the results of a study by RISE which compared typical paper cement sacks and form-fill-seal (FFS) polyethylene cement sacks.

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Stockholm/Paris, 25 September 2018. “The Paper Bag” platform, Europe’s leading kraft paper manufacturers’ and paper bags producers’ association, springs into action by launching the VERY FIRST…

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Paris/Stockholm, 13 September 2018: The carbon footprint of paper cement sacks is 2.5 times smaller than the carbon footprint of form-fill-seal (FFS) polyethylene cement sacks. This is the outcome of…

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Eurosac Publications

The carbon footprint of paper cement sacks is 2.5 times smaller than the carbon footprint of form-fill-seal (FFS) polyethylene cement sacks. This is the outcome of a comparative study by the Swedish…

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