Our Manufacturing Process
No matter the type of molded fiber, the process remains largely the same. Differences between types 1,2,3 and 4 mostly occurs at the final steps of the process. Have any questions about our manufacturing process? Reach out to email@example.com and we'd be happy to answer any questions.
Post-Industrial Waste Paper
The process begins by collecting waste paper products such as
newspapers, magazines, boxes or other items originally destined for the landfill.
Mixed into a Slurry
These items are then put into a large "blender", and mixed with water to break them down into small fibers. This mixture is what is used to form the final product.
Formed into a Product
The product is then vacuum formed and dried in an oven. In some cases a secondary process is added where the product is pressed with heat and pressure. The final product is 100% compostable, and biodegradable, leaving you with a completely sustainable packaging solution!
Located just north of Toronto, the Pulp Moulded Products main facility manufactures for and distributes to, customers across North America. Established in 2008, with 35,000 square feet of production space, we're suited to large-volume orders, or smaller custom projects depending on what our customers require. We currently employ over 50 full-time employees.
In addition to our Canadian location, we have strategic partnerships with sister manufacturing facilities in Reno, Nevada, and Boston, Massachusetts to ensure cross-continent coverage.