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Pacproject partners up with EcoTensil

June 15
11:05 2016

pacproject-620x330Hamburg-based Pacproject has signed an agreement with US company EcoTensil to offer the European market an eco-friendly “on-the-go” utensil.

Tim Bourne at pacproject recognized a gap in the European market for an Eco friendly “on-the-go” utensil and approached Peggy Cross co-founder and chief executive of EcoTensil Inc. as a result pacproject is pleased to say it has a number of ongoing projects with its clients that allows products not normally available at the “On the Go” counter due to the lack of a spoon, can now be positioned and generate extra sales for its clients while providing an eco-friendly convenient utensil for the consumer.

Bourne said: “Having readymade innovative solutions by partnering with likeminded suppliers like EcoTensil, is in pacprojects DNA.”

EcoTensil has reinvented the disposable spoon. In one fun fold, pleasingly smooth paperboard EcoTensil products transform into the most sustainable, highly space efficient, and brandable utensils available.

Pacproject, of Hamburg, Germany, was founded on the philosophy to combine creativity and technology. It brings experts from across structural, branding and technical backgrounds together under one roof.

 

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