Ecopol is pleased to announce a multi-year partnership with Scuderia Ferrari and Ferrari Hypercar ahead of the 2023 Formula 1 season. It is an innovative producer of the water-soluble and biodegradable film mainly used in the home care industry, enhancing the consumer experience in a sustainable and biodegradable way.
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Ferrari and Ecopol have a common approach to high performance and excellence, embracing the same goal for CO2 emissions reduction.
The company is based in Pistoia, Tuscany and shares Ferrari’s approach to excellence and high-level performance while always taking CO2 emissions reduction into account. The company’s logo will feature on the SF-23 unveiled tomorrow and on the 499P Hypercar livery.
Mauro Carbone, CEO of Ecopol, commented:
It’s a great honour for Ecopol and me to partner with legendary Italian excellence recognized worldwide, like Ferrari. This is a milestone to celebrate our outstanding performance and international expansion, with the opening of our plant in the US. Ecopol and Ferrari share a passion for performance and a strong focus on carbon reduction. They have global ambitions and an Italian heart.
Ecopol is a fast-growing major producer of water-soluble and biodegradable films. CO2 emission and plastic reduction are the drivers of Ecopol innovations. Headquartered in Italy, the has two production facilities in Tuscany (Italy) and one in Georgia (USA) and employs more than 130 people. Its films are mainly used in the home care industry by major global FMCG players as a biodegradable and water-soluble primary packaging for their unit dose products.
Ecopol films are also used in other applications such as personal care primary packaging, cosmetics, production of countertops, packaging of cement reinforcement fibres, and water transfer printing. The films provide final customers with an easy-to-use and biodegradable product, significantly reducing CO2 emissions across the whole supply chain. The company is the largest player in Europe and the second worldwide in its reference market, with its film being used on all continents.