Tesco Plc has partnered with key supplier, Hilton Food Group, and fresh food packaging manufacturer LINPAC, to maximise the recyclability potential of its plastic fresh food packaging in support of the recycling industry.
Market-leading fresh food packaging manufacturer, LINPAC, is extending its food service offer by launching a comprehensive range of rigid rPET solutions for the sector. This complements the current LINPAC portfolio of EPS Hotpacs, catering trays, plates and bowls.
Leading fresh food packaging manufacturer, LINPAC, is accelerating its global sustainability strategy with a multi-million-pound investment in cutting-edge technology at its site in Pontivy, France. The facility will manufacture a range of multi-layer, next generation top lidding films.
Leading fresh food packaging manufacturer, LINPAC, has teamed up with specialist films manufacturer, Klöckner Pentaplast, to create a resource efficient modified atmosphere pack (MAP) for fresh perishable food and liquids.
Due to the increase in oil prices, further exacerbated by trade patterns and currency movements, styrene monomer prices have been increasing since October 2016. A substantial further price increase of around 20% for February has now been confirmed. This very significantly impacts the cost of polystyrene, the key raw material for expanded polystyrene products.
As a result, LINPAC has no option but to increase prices with immediate effect by 10% for all EPS products.
Leading fresh food packaging manufacturer, LINPAC, has collaborated with Norway’s Leroy Seafood Group to produce a range of resource-efficient sushi convenience packs, which will be supplied exclusively to leading Spanish retailer, Mercadona.
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