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    RPC Promens launches new PET packs for edible oil

    • RPC Promens

    RPC Promens Innocan has launched a range of PET containers that are ideal for the edible oil sector, offering a variety of benefits for both manufacturers and consumers.

    The excellent clarity of PET and the wide labelling area of the pack enable manufacturers to maximise brand image and on-shelf appeal, while the material's inherent barrier properties help to deliver a long shelf life.

    For consumer convenience, the lightweight, ergonomic design ensures safe and easy handling, and the overall strength of the container means no outer pack is required. The central neck also allows easy pouring with no glugging.

    The lightweight, stackable containers deliver excellent pallet utilisation (for example 45 x 20 litre containers per Europallet) to maximise loads and minimise costs. In addition, the lower transport costs, which mean a lower carbon footprint, and the fully-recyclable containers provide valuable sustainability benefits.

    The container is available in a range of standard sizes — 2, 5, 10, 15, and 20 litres — allowing companies to create family ranges to meet their requirements, with no tooling costs.

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    Five litre D50 container from RPC Promens Industrial Theeßen is a winning combination

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    The Essential Choice for Agrochemical Solutions

    RPC Promens Montpont has enhanced its containers for the Agrochemicals market to offer one of the most comprehensive ranges that is able to satisfy the varying needs of this diverse sector. As well as a choice of sizes – 100ml, 250ml, 500ml, 1litre and 5 litres – the containers can now be specified in mono HDPE as well as co-extruded PE/PA and PE/EVOH (except 100ml), providing a number of different options to meet the individual characteristics and protection requirements of different chemical formulae.

    Sæplast containers go a 'Round' the world

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    • Jo Webb
    • Product Info
    • English
    • Created 07 Jul 2016
    • Modified 07 Jul 2016
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