Fancyco was found in 2004. Our company became a golden supplier in Alibaba over 14 years. It was a significant turning point in 2005 which we have our own factory. In 2015 Fancyco successfully entered Nigeria and Uganda market and set up No.1 brand of the sticker paper and hygiene products in these countries. Now we are specialized in packing and printing materials.
The problem with plastic:1.6 straws per person per dayAmericans use enough to wrap around the earth 2.5 times ever day. Most of them are plastics straws.Ecosystem PollutionBecause they're so lightweight, straws blow into water ways, where they head out to sea and harm wildlife.Not Recyclable Non-biodegradablePlastic straws can't be recycled. They don't decompose and they pollute our land and our oceans.It is TIME TO ECO!We specialized in biodegradable diposables, including sugarcane bagasse tablewares, wheet straw food containers such as cup, clamshell, bowl, tray, plate and so on and other disposable items used in restaurants, picnics and parties.
We have a full range of experience in the export of raw materials for cigarettes, including Aluminium foil paper, Acetate tow, BOPP film, Plug wrapping paper for filter rod, Cigarette wrapping paper, Inner frame board for cigarette packing, Tear tape, and Tipping paper.
PLA is a kind of packing material from plant. Its food security is higher than traditional plastic contact. Conventional plastics using effect is achieved when products performance, 100% biodegradable and abandoning. Whether it is used for extrusion molding blown film, polylactic acid resin can be perfect. This is not just a material change, also give users a better experience of product, not only in the machining process for low emissions. After abandoned at the same time, also pay attention to protect the environment.
According to recent news from some local publishers and media in Russia, the lack of paper will bring the publication of Russian books into a collapse. In recent months, Russian offset paper was short, resulting in a 12-20 per cent rise in market prices. Some Russian media say local publishers ha...