1. Arla Foods  participates in the development with a view to making its packaging more
     sustainable. Arla Foods will be the project's project manager to ensure the project's
     relevance to the food industry. In addition, Arla Food will make its trial packaging
     lines available to the project.

 2. The Danish Technological Institute participates with the section for Plastics and
     Packaging Technology. The Danish Technological Institute will together with DTU
     oversee the research activities and at the same time be the project's administrator.

 3. The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) participates with two different
     specialisations. DTU Chemistry will participate with the development of printable
     welding ink. DTU National Food Institute will     participate in order to make recycled
     packaging film suitable for food contact.

 4. Nilpeter, which manufactures printing machines, is responsible for ensuring that the
     technologies can be integrated in the printing plants of the future and makes its
     experimental printing facility available for practical trials.

 5. Resino Printing Inks is responsible for developing and manufacturing printable

 6. In this project, Trepko, which manufactures packaging machines, must ensure that the
     packaging solutions work on the already known packaging lines in the industry.

 7. Vetaphone, which manufactures machines for surface treatment in printing houses,
     will help develop the plasma coating technology so that the necessary density is added
     to monoplastic films.

 8. Boeras, is a supplier of plastic films for the food industry and in this project will be
     responsible for the circular material economy by producing new films from the
     recycled plastic packaging incl. washing and blowing of new films.

 9. Salling Group with among others the supermarket chains Bilka, Føtex and Netto
     participate and represent retail in the project.

10. Dansk Affaldsforening is an association of the Danish waste and recycling companies
      and must in this project ensure that the solutions can actually be recycled.

DI Food represents the food industry broadly in this project.