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DIBBIOPACK: a new range of smart and multifunctional packages

This 4-year project is going to develop packaging that will be used in the near future by food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. In particular, it will develop multifunctional packages in a wide range of processes (injection & blow extrusion) which improve the structural and barrier properties, introduce smart features and increase sustainability using nanotechnology.

 

DIBBIOPACK is a European project involving 19 partners (SMEs, research centres and industries) from 11 countries. It is led by AITIIP, a technology centre in Saragossa (Spain).

 

Started 1st March 2012, it is supported by the European Commission through the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development with up to 5.7 Mio €, out of a total budget of 7.7 Mio €.

 

  • Safety
  • O2 Sensor
  • Intelligent Antimicrobial
  • Devices
  • Traceability
  • Barrier Properties
  • Thermal Resistance
  • Processability
  • Renewable source of materials
  • Sustainability
  • Energy consumption and material use reduction
  • Eco-design
News and events

25 February 2016 Dibbiopack presentation at the European Commission Head Office

Dibbiopack presentation at the European Commission Head Office[more]


05 February 2016 Conference presenting project results

The European Dibbiopack Project in which 19 partners from 10 countries have been involved for 4 years, provides solutions to the challenges posed by the necessary transition towards non-petroleum based manufactured packaging....[more]


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DEVELOPMENT OF INJECTION AND BLOW EXTRUSION MOLDED BIODEGRADABLE AND MULTIFUNCTIONAL PACKAGES BY NANOTECHNOLOGY : IMPROVEMENT OF STRUCTURAL AND BARRIER PROPERTIES, SMART FEATURES AND SUSTAINABILITY