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UPM Raflatac now enables its customers to offer CarbonNeutral certified products

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UPM Raflatac is extending the scope of its CarbonNeutral certified labelling materials to cover the entire lifecycle emissions of a label. This allows its customers to offer their printed and converted labels as CarbonNeutral product certified. The development builds on the company’s lifecycle assessment service, Label Life, which recently received a new certificate of validity from leading international assurance service provider, Dekra.


UPM Raflatac’s CarbonNeutral certified products include the linerless label range with solutions designed for all direct thermal linerless main end uses, including hospitality, e-commerce and logistics, and grocery retail. The CarbonNeutral certified products also include pressure sensitive labels in the lower carbon range Rafnxt+ designed for a variety of labels used in food, logistics, and home care packaging.

Advancing in carbon neutrality showcases the company’s innovation and climate actions and aligns with best practices in carbon neutrality. These climate actions include measuring product related emissions and working to reduce emissions from own operations and raw materials. In addition, UPM Raflatac compensates for currently unavoidable cradle to grave GHG emissions of its CarbonNeutral certified labels. It partners with Climate Impact Partners to ensure that the CarbonNeutral product offering adheres meticulously to its publicly available framework for carbon neutrality, The CarbonNeutral Protocol.

‘We are committed to our environmental targets and offer industry shaping solutions that meet our customers’ needs and serve them now and in the future. Our CarbonNeutral certified products enable converters and distributors to serve the value chain through high performing products with tangible sustainability value,’ said Sylwia Jurys, vice president, paper laminates SBU EMEIA, UPM Raflatac.

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