Honeycomb Cellpack A/S develops and manufactures shock-absorbing and fixing packaging based on honeycomb.
The packaging is made from natural products and is recyclable, biodegradable and compressible.
Honeycomb Cellpack A/S has 20 years of experience with designing, developing and manufacturing environmentally friendly packaging for the shock-absorption and fixing of products during transport.
The packaging is 100 per cent recyclable and biodegradable. It may be compressed up to 75 per cent which will keep storage and transport costs down for our customers.
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Our primary products are Honeycomb panels (In danish Møllecell). We manufacture the panels from paper, kraft liner or test liner, which enclose a core with a cell structure – hence the name honeycomb. Core and wrapper are glued together with a water-based biodegradable glue so that the finished product is 100 per cent recyclable and biodegradable.
The cell structure and the way in which the honeycomb panels are built make the packaging panels lightweight and strong. The strength depends on two conditions: the thickness of the liner and how compact the core (the cell structure) is.
We can manufacture the panels with different qualities of liner, but it is usually between 125 and 750 grams per m2. Similarly, the core (the cell structure) comes with different spaces – typically from 10 to 20 millimetres. The height of the honeycomb panels range from 10 to 110 millimetres. Our packaging designers have lots of experience with choosing material so that the product has exactly the properties which our customers demand.
The honeycomb panels are cut to size according to request and demand.
Honeycomb Cellpack A/S have experienced packaging designers who develop punching tools that can cut the honeycomb panels to size and punch them with great accuracy, thereby replacing moulded EPS.
In the production, we cut and punch the honeycomb packaging so that it fulfils the requirements of our customers for lightweight, strong and shock-absorbing packaging.
Honeycomb is a popular and future-proof packaging because it is recyclable, biodegradable and very compressible. This means that our customers may save on their costs for storage, transport and removal.
We design and punch solutions for fragile and unwieldy products or for fixing in boxes.
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Honeycomb Cellpack A/S also manufactures packaging with open cells. It is a shock-absorbing packaging product which may be used as a filler at buffer zones and as levelling in boxes and on pallets.
The open cell may be confused with the core in the honeycomb but it is produced in an entirely different way in order to stay dimensionally stable without being glued to paper or kraft liner.
Open Cell may be used in different ways in the packing stage and it is easy to adapt as it can be snapped off in suitable sizes. We can supply this product in a number of standard sizes or according to specific measures and requests.
We manufacture Open Cell in various thicknesses – from 12 to 100 millimetres.
Environmentally friendly packaging
Honeycomb Cellpack A/S manufactures solely environmentally friendly packaging based on natural products and therefore biodegradable.
Honeycomb Cellpack packaging is made from paper material which is quickly decomposed if it is not reused. Packaging based on paper is decomposed within a few months – depending of course on the thickness of the paper. You can read more about decomposition rates on Hold Danmark Rent. (Keep Denmark Clean / In danish)
We experience an increasing interest and awareness about environmentally friendly packaging – from our customers and our customers’ customers; the end-users that must dispose of the packaging. That our packaging may be compressed with up to 75 per cent is just another advantage to our environment and finances.
Our packaging often replaces oil-based Expanded Polystyrene (EPS).
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