Reflex reveals fully recyclable cardboard exhibition stand at lunch!

Reflex Labels has been showcasing its sustainable product range at lunch! food to go show at ExCeL London this week, from a fully recyclable cardboard exhibition stand – the first of its kind within the printing and packaging industry.

Featuring the company’s extensive range of lined board ‘food to go’ packaging that launched earlier this year under the brand Reflex Pack Plus, visitors to the stand can also find a huge range of innovative and earth-friendly solutions to help solve their packaging problems.

Some of these include:

  • Fibre based sandwich skillets
  • Fully recyclable stand-up pouches, VFFS/HFFS
  • 100% post-consumer waste labels
  • Innovative packaging solutions using linerless labels

The stand itself represents Reflex’s commitment to becoming the world’s most sustainable packaging company and has been created by Data Image Group in Leicestershire, a business that shares Reflex’s commitment to helping protect earths precious natural resources wherever possible.

Jamie Gordon, Reflex Pack Plus sales director said: “We’re thrilled to be exhibiting at lunch! this year from our spectacular cardboard stand! This will be our first big show since before the pandemic and therefore feels extra-special. We’re looking forward to chatting to visitors about the huge range of packaging and label samples we can produce and print at Reflex, and with sustainability being such a huge and current topic, we feel proud of the solutions we can offer across every product and price-point.

“Giving our customers choice is very important to us, and we work hard to continuously innovate with purpose, working with suppliers who share our commitment to both customers and the planet.”

The Reflex stand is in position C11 within the exhibition hall and their team of packaging and printing experts will be on hand both days of the show to chat to visitors.

Lunch! is taking place from 23-24 September.

Find out more about Reflex and its green story here.

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