Sachets provide low-income customers with easy access to household essentials such as shampoo, dish soap and detergent. 


However, out of the 430 billion sachets produced each year in South East Asia, less than 9% gets recycled. The rest ends up in landfills and in our ocean.


Koinpack thinks beyond recycling and aims to shift the current linear business model into a circular model.


Koinpack operates a tech-enabled reusable packaging system for consumer goods on a deposit and reward model to replace sachets.


Currently, Koinpack purchases home and personal care products in bulk from FMCGs, repacks them in high quality reusable bottles and sell theme to customers through resellers (waste bank communities and warung stores). When returning a bottle, the customers receives an incentive or discount for their next purchase. Koinpack collects, cleans and refills the empty bottles and brings them back to resellers. 


We are partnering with ALPLA, a world leader in the development and production of plastic packaging solutions, in developing our reusable packaging. 

Our reusable packaging is​

  • Compatible with current in-market home and personal care products (providing proper dosage control and freshness)

  • Compatible with high frequency stores in Indonesia (affordable and not require a large storage area)

  • Shelf life 24 months and is able to perform when stores at 40C and 90% RH.

  • Easy to be cleaned, sanitized and refilled.

  • Traceable to design out counterfeiting and contamination and ensure a high reuse rate.