American International Paper Company (1P) will soon add lighting, sound and other special effects to the packaging of some products. The key reason for this is the adoption of ultra-thin flexible batteries developed by Israel Energy Paper. The new battery can be "printed" on the product's packaging like ink. International Paper and Energy Paper believe that this new type of disposable battery allows manufacturers to more effectively attract consumers through product packaging.
It is reported that the new battery-driven packaging will be available later this summer. International Paper Company is testing this new product. Energy Paper is preparing to start production of this new product at its factory in Hong Kong recently.