Corrugated cardboard packaging is an important part of our daily lives, accounting for nearly 40% of the entire cellulosic fiber-based packaging sector. Although this type of cardboard is first and foremost associated with moving and transporting heavy goods, it is now possible to create light and functional packaging structures that greatly extend its field of application.

Sustainability is increasingly a priority for consumers, this trend demands to develop new recyclable or compostable packaging. In addition, from an environmental perspective, paper is an excellent substitute for plastic packaging, but some challenges remain.