September 7, 2016 – Newburyport, Massachusetts – UFP Technologies, a producer of innovative, custom-engineered components, products, and specialty packaging, announced a complete redesign of its molded fiber website which features custom packaging made from 100% recycled paper and water.
The new website, www.moldedfiber.com, features an improved layout with a mobile friendly, responsive design. The new site also includes detailed information regarding products and services, numerous images, informative case studies and helpful environmental resources.
UFP Technologies’ molded fiber operation was founded in 1991 as Moulded Fibre Technology (MFT) in Westbrook, Maine. The Company was the first molded fiber manufacturing organization to commercially develop what was traditionally known as the ‘egg carton process’ into custom industrial molded pulp packaging in North America. UFP Technologies’ molded fiber has become the foremost cost-effective, durable and environmentally friendly packaging solution in the market. Due to rapid growth and increased demand for molded fiber packaging, UFP Technologies now serves its customers from strategically located facilities in Iowa and Texas.
“In response to the growing trend towards the use of sustainable and environmentally friendly packaging, we tailored the site’s content to emphasize the environmental aspects and advantages of our molded fiber packaging as compared to other materials,” said Mitch Rock, SVP of Sales and Marketing for UFP Technologies. “The revamped website now focuses on resources and information that is educational which allows our customers to make more informed packaging decisions.”
To learn more about UFP Technologies’ Molded Fiber packaging, visit www.moldedfiber.com.
About UFP Technologies
UFP Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: UFPT) is a producer of innovative, custom-engineered components, products, and specialty packaging. Using foams, plastics, composites, and natural fiber materials, we design and manufacture a vast range of solutions primarily for the medical, automotive, aerospace, defense, electronics, consumer, and industrial markets. Our team acts as an extension of our customers’ in-house research, engineering and manufacturing groups, working closely with them to solve their most complex product and packaging challenges. For our customers, innovation takes many shapes. But each solution is shaped by a level of design, materials and process expertise that is unique to UFP Technologies.