Eurostat are delighted to introduce our new line of antistatic polyethylene bags

Source: Eurostat UK

23 January 2024

Today, with the focus on businesses to reduce their use of plastic to protect the environment, companies are encouraged to find new innovative ways to package their products. Governing bodies like the European Commission and the UK government are tackling the problem by proposing plans to reduce single-use plastics by the years 2030 and 2040 respectively, and by a minimum of 30%.

Eurostat, the leading European flexible packaging manufacturer, and a voting member for France within the International Electrotechnical Commission are ahead of the game in reducing plastic consumption in the electronic industry.

After significant commitment and investment of recyclable plastic film, Eurostat are delighted to introduce our new line of antistatic polyethylene bags, which are composed of a minimum of 50% recycled content. This new product line will gradually phase out our current antistatic film products.

Following careful and detailed research, this new product line has shown to have the same properties that protect your valuable products from electrostatic discharge (ESD). These bags are a cost-effective solution for your business, and are available on short lead times, thanks to Eurostat’s large production facilities in Poland and France. The bags also come in various dimensions, with two thicknesses, 50 and 90 microns and with or without sealable zips.

For further information on all our ESD products please contact

Tel: 01249 324 395