Making Packaging More Sustainable For A Fortune 100 Company.
The packaging team was looking to source an alternative material to a synthetic textile that was used in the packaging of a consumer electronics device. Performance requirements, sourcing location and desired ‘look and feel’ were defined as part of the brief.
HOW WE HELPED
Hyloh employed its unique research methodology: mapping the characteristics of materials against the desired performance and aesthetic attributes. This process informed the research strategy and directions, and by engaging one of our international collaborators, we were able to look broadly at packaging and cross-industry materials, as well as tap into the local market of manufacturers and suppliers. All material recommendations were made from more sustainable raw materials or with more sustainable manufacturing processes.