Consumers are demanding more sustainable packaging. You need to respond by accelerating smart ‘green’ packaging designs to market and not be hindered by time-consuming processes to finalize your designs.
Imagine if you could quickly explore and arrive at design decisions that reduce the amount of material used. This is part of a better consumer packaging solution that eliminates the need for physical testing and allows packaging to be qualified virtually to meet design and performance goals.
Just ask our consumer packaging customers who have seen real results using virtual simulation to optimize more lightweight, eco-friendly packaging on the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform. Now, it’s your turn. Here’s how your digital transformation journey can take place:
Reduce the amount of material used in packaging
Develop digital material models and test methods
Reduce packaging material weight and costs up to 30%
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Find out how packaging manufacturers can reduce the amount of plastics in their designs while maintaining quality and protecting margin.
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