IPL Packaging Launches Complete Ice Cream Container Range For UK Frozen Dairy Market

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IPL Packaging Launches Complete Ice Cream Container Range For UK Frozen Dairy Market

IPL Packaging Launches Complete Ice Cream Container Range For UK Frozen Dairy Market
June 28
15:35 2018

Leading packaging manufacturer IPL Packaging is launching a complete range of ice cream tubs from 155 ml (theatre packs) up to the 5 litre Napoli. IPL Packaging has invested in a brand-new tool for the Napoli product which completes its range of standard products for the frozen dairy market. The freshly launched new range includes a 155 ml theatre pack, 500 ml oval for a unique look, 520 ml round, and 1, 2 and 4 litre rectangular products. Available in all colours (standards are white, silver, black and opaque/natural), and with or without the option of IML to the tub and lid.

The range is made from fully recyclable polypropylene from stock.  The Napoli container comes as a combi pallet with equal amounts of tubs and lids on a pallet, meaning that IPL is now able to supply a full set of different sized containers required by customers.

Jamie Clark, Director of Retail Sales at IPL Packaging Europe, comments: “We are very pleased to launch our full range of ice cream containers in a wide range of colours, now ready to order from our UK distribution partners or full loads direct. Our committed team has developed this varied range of containers with ease of use for ice cream producers in mind, ensuring they can be blast chilled after filling without panelling and with easy to apply snap on lids.”

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