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Europe’s leading multi-material food packaging company, LINPAC Packaging, has launched a trio of premium films for the protein industry as part of their Fresh Thinking innovation strategy.

LINPAC Packaging has developed a new range of protein trays in time for the barbecue season which will help consumers further reduce food waste this summer.

In line with its new Fresh Thinking Innovation strategy, Europe’s leading multi-material food packaging company, LINPAC Packaging, has launched two new PP films for fresh meat, poultry and fish packaging solutions.

Business Continuity & Disaster Management Process

As part of our commitment to our customers we have put together a Business Continuity and Disaster Planning Plan which identifies vulnerabilities, puts in place precautions and creates a framework around which our business may swiftly recover from a crisis. The document outlines our response to a number of scenarios should they ever occur and enables all our facilities to recover from any crisis and ensure our customers’ interests remain paramount at all times.

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Following a year of fluctuating raw material and energy costs, Europe’s leading multi-material packaging manufacturer, LINPAC Packaging has moved to put a fresh innovation strategy in place to support customers during volatile market conditions.

LINPAC Packaging has set itself a new record for its health and safety success by racking up more than 8,700 lost time accident free days in its manufacturing and sales and distribution sites across Europe, South America and China.

LINPAC Packaging, Europe’s leading multi-material packaging manufacturer, is helping consumers reduce the food waste they generate at home by developing a range of split packs for both fresh and cooked meats.

Europe’s leading multi-material packaging manufacturer, LINPAC Packaging, has added to its range of sustainable trays for meat and fish products with the launch of Rfresh® MB.

Why Recycle Plastics

According to the Environment Agency, nearly three million tonnes of waste plastic are produced in the UK each year, only 7% of which is recycled. This is approximately 11% of household waste and the rate is set to increase dramatically. Download this document to see why we should recycle our plastic.

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