About Blue Ocean Closures
Blue Ocean Closures is a company focused on sustainable packaging solutions within the packaging industry. The company develops and produces advanced cellulose fiber-based closures, which are biodegradable and recyclable as paper, aiming to reduce plastic waste and carbon footprint. These products are primarily sold to companies in various consumer segments looking to increase their sustainability efforts. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Karlstad, Sweden.
Expert Collections containing Blue Ocean Closures
Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.
Blue Ocean Closures is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Packaging & Labeling Tech.
Packaging & Labeling Tech
Companies providing traditional and tech-enabled packaging and labeling solutions for brands.
Latest Blue Ocean Closures News
Dec 18, 2023
Blue Ocean Closures receives investment from Swedish pulp supplier Rottneros Premium Beauty News (Photo: Patrik Fahlin / Blue Ocean Closures) 16 December 2023 Share: Market pulp supplier Rottneros AB has invested in Blue Ocean Closures , becoming a co-owner of the Swedish start-up. Launched two years, Blue Ocean Closures AB has developed technology to produce fibre-based closures for consumer packaging at large scale, aiming to replace current plastic solutions on a global market. Rottneros believes Blue Ocean Closures ’ innovative technology and material have potential for many more high volume use cases and making an impact in terms of reducing plastic pollution and its climate effects. “ Blue Ocean Closures is leading the way in a very exciting new field with their vacuum press forming technology. At Rottneros we see this field as complementary to our work in wet moulding and exploring the opportunities within dry processes fits very well with our market strategy,” says Lennart Eberleh, CEO, Rottneros AB. Blue Ocean Closures is working in partnership with industrial leaders and brand-owners, who are committed to the development of more environmentally friendly solutions. “With Rottneros deep knowledge in pulp and packaging, we further strengthen our position and ability to reach market” says Lars Sandberg, Blue Ocean Closures founder and CEO. “The company has during its two years of operation been focused on developing high quality, bio-based and recyclable as paper screw caps. This investment and the partnership will expand the important development in more market segments. We are thrilled to welcome Rottneros as our new co-owner,” concludes Sandberg.
Blue Ocean Closures Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Blue Ocean Closures founded?
Blue Ocean Closures was founded in 2016.
Where is Blue Ocean Closures's headquarters?
Blue Ocean Closures's headquarters is located at Sommargatan, 101A, Karlstad.
What is Blue Ocean Closures's latest funding round?
Blue Ocean Closures's latest funding round is Corporate Minority - II.
Who are the investors of Blue Ocean Closures?
Investors of Blue Ocean Closures include Rottneros, ALPLA Group, Glatfelter and Plug and Play Accelerator.
Who are Blue Ocean Closures's competitors?
Competitors of Blue Ocean Closures include Oceanium and 4 more.
Compare Blue Ocean Closures to Competitors
True Eco Plus is a company focused on eco-friendly technology within the plastics industry. The company primarily develops bio-based plastics and functional plastic additives, offering products that are environmentally friendly and safe for food and human contact. True Eco Plus primarily serves sectors such as packaging, electronics, automotive, food service, cosmetics, and industrial applications. It is based in Suwon, South Korea.
Intropic Materials is a company focused on sustainable materials and bio-based economy. The company's main service involves combining the performance of proteins with patented stabilization technology to create self-degrading products that can be composted or recycled, addressing the plastic waste problem. The company primarily sells to the sustainable materials and bio-based economy sectors. It is based in Oakland, California.
Eggplant is a company focused on environmental solutions within the bioplastics industry. The company's main service involves transforming organic waste and wastewater into high-performance bioplastics, providing a green, high-tech alternative to traditional hydrocarbon-based plastics. Eggplant primarily serves the environmental and waste management sectors. It was founded in 2013 and is based in Polignano a Mare, Italy.
Solutum develops plastic-like bags. Its bags are capable of fully dissolving in water. It enables users to use products that are cost-efficient and eco-friendly, and protect the environment. It was founded in 2017 and is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Bioastra is a company focused on developing smart materials that aim to transform the plastics industry. Their main offerings include bio-based and compostable alternatives to traditional polyurethane plastics such as films, foams, and stretch materials, which provide features like cooling, comfort, and safety. The company primarily serves sectors that require advanced material solutions, including fashion, packaging, and farming industries. It was founded in 2009 and is based in Montreal, Quebec.
Xampla focuses on creating natural materials as replacements for polluting plastics, operating in the environmental technology sector. The company's main offerings include biodegradable materials that can substitute for plastics in various commercial applications, such as coatings, edible films, and microparticles. These materials are primarily used in industries such as homecare products and food and beverage packaging. It was founded in 2018 and is based in Cambridge, United Kingdom.