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LINPAC and Progressive Packaging to Shocase Sustainable Tray Pack Solutions at PPE 2017

Published 08 February 2017 | By LINPAC Packaging

Leading global fresh food packaging manufacturer, LINPAC, will partner with food processing material supplier, Progressive Packaging Inc., to introduce its innovative complete tray pack solutions to meat and poultry packers and processers at the 2017 International Production and Processing Expo (IPPE).

LINPAC and Progressive will showcase two complementary tray and film innovations at the event in Atlanta, Georgia USA, which runs from 31st January to 2nd February 2017. The company will be located in Hall C, at booths C204 and C206.

The featured recyclable MAP packaging formats consist of lightweight plastic rPET trays manufactured from 95 percent post-consumer super-cleaned recycled material.

LINPAC AND PROGRESSIVE PACKAGING TO SHOWCASE SUSTAINABLE TRAY PACK SOLUTIONS AT IPPE 2017

The LINPAC Rfresh® Elite lid-seal tray has a patented adhesive sealant on the flange of the tray which removes the need for the industry standard PE base film and renders the tray 100 percent recyclable at the end of its service life. The trays are sealed with high barrier LINtop CXO film.

The Rfresh® Evolve VSP Tray, designed for vacuum skin packing, provides high visibility, no-leak packaging for processors and retailers that desire extended shelf life. The rPET tray is vacuum-sealed with LINtop HB PE high barrier 'easy peel' film.

Daniel Strickland, business development manager, LINPAC North America commented: "We are proud to introduce our sustainable tray packaging solutions to the North American market. We are seeing a trend in Europe for a move away from short shelf life foamed trays and overwrap film to longer shelf life barrier trays and lidding film, predominantly in recycled rPET. We are excited to bring these preferred recycled material options to the U.S marketplace."