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Focus 08/05/2024

Overcoming Barriers to Sustainable Technology Adoption in Food Packaging

Learn how to overcome costs, complexity, and safety concerns related to the adoption of nitrogen generators in applications like food packaging, while also promoting environmental sustainability.

In an era where sustainability is central to business strategies, the food industry often faces significant challenges in adopting eco-friendly technologies. This article will explore how Claind's innovative solutions are facilitating this transition by overcoming major objections like high costs, technical complexity, and safety concerns.

The Food Sector's Sustainable Packaging Efforts

The food sector is constantly seeking methods to enhance the sustainability of its packaging processes. Nitrogen generators represent a promising solution, but their adoption is often hindered by perceived barriers that may discourage companies. This article discusses how Claind is tackling these challenges, offering sustainable solutions that not only respect the environment but also optimize costs and operational safety.

Overcoming Economic Barriers

Initial Investment

Many customers hesitate before considering the purchase of nitrogen generators due to the initial investment. For this reason, Claind provides a detailed analysis of the return on investment (ROI), demonstrating how self-production of nitrogen can be economically advantageous in the short to medium term. By reducing gas costs and eliminating rental, transportation, and management fees associated with traditional supply (liquid/cylinders), operational savings become significant over time.

Operational Cost Efficiency

On-site nitrogen generators allow for a drastic reduction in supply costs. Claind shows that the initial investment is offset through substantial and continuous savings, eliminating recurring expenses and improving production efficiency.

Addressing Technical Complexity

Ease of Installation and Maintenance

Contrary to common perceptions, Claind generators are designed to be user-friendly. The advanced technology does not require excessive maintenance, and installation can be quickly completed with Claind's service support, making the process manageable and easily integrated into the client's production processes.

Ongoing Support and Training

Claind is committed to providing proper training to ensure that every customer can competently and safely manage their system, fully leveraging the technology's benefits. Additionally, customers receive post-sales support from Claind's service and customer care team for any operational or maintenance needs.

Enhancing Safety

Risk Reduction

Claind's nitrogen generators reduce risks associated with managing the logistics of traditional supply, significantly increasing operational safety. The self-production system eliminates the need to store and handle large amounts of compressed gas, thereby reducing factory hazards.

System Reliability

By ensuring a continuous and controlled nitrogen supply, Claind leverages its expertise to develop solutions that guarantee uninterrupted supply and gas purity stability, critical elements for quality food packaging.

Promoting Environmental Sustainability

Reducing the Carbon Footprint

Generating nitrogen directly on-site significantly reduces CO2 emissions associated with transporting and producing industrial gas. Claind emphasizes this aspect in its generators, actively contributing to reducing its clients' carbon footprint.

Contribution to the Circular Economy

By using technologies that optimize resource consumption and minimize waste, Claind positions itself as a leader in promoting sustainable and responsible business practices.

Overcoming barriers to adopting sustainable technologies in food packaging is essential to ensuring a greener and economically sustainable future. With its innovative solutions, Claind is proving that it is possible to successfully tackle cost, complexity, and safety challenges, thus facilitating a smoother transition to more sustainable practices.






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