FusionPKG, which formed in 2004, helps beauty brands stay ahead of the curve in an ever-evolving industry by delivering innovation, premium quality, exceptional customer service and unrivaled speed to market.
FusionPKG provides end-to-end package and formula solutions with package manufacturing facilities, an in-house formula lab, and a full-service team of industry experts. The company places sustainability at the center of its corporate values and believes in working toward and advocating for 100% collection, recycling, and repurposing of plastic packaging.
But could it offer brands more sustainable solutions without compromising its signature cutting-edge design sensibilities?
Eastman and FusionPKG have a long-standing relationship and a shared drive to meet industry needs through packaging innovation, along with a desire to mainstream sustainable packaging. Naturally, FusionPKG was eager to try out Eastman’s new portfolio of sustainable resins, including Cristal Renew copolyesters, featuring high levels of certified recycled content,2 and Cristal One, a portfolio of recyclable resins engineered to meet the exacting demands of thick-walled packaging for luxury cosmetics.
For FusionPKG, the introduction of these new resins felt like a packaging epiphany—enabling the switch to a more sustainable material without compromise to the color, clarity, or performance needed to bring its designs to life. There was also no need to retool, making for a quick and pain-free transition.
“With Cristal One recyclable resins and the broad portfolio of Eastman Renew materials, FusionPKG now can offer a more sustainable solution without compromise across our extensive portfolio,” said Daniel Campbell, FusionPKG’s senior sustainability and packaging engineer. “What really stands out with these resins is how they allow us to create the crystal clear, high-end packaging we are known for while still supporting key sustainability initiatives from our brands.”