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Returnable transit packaging (RTP) specialist LINPAC Allibert, offers a sweet incentive for bakeries and caterers

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Returnable transit packaging (RTP) specialist LINPAC Allibert, offers a sweet incentive for bakeries and caterers

Returnable transit packaging (RTP) specialist LINPAC Allibert, offers a sweet incentive for bakeries and caterers
September 03
12:02 2012

Returnable transit packaging (RTP) specialist LINPAC Allibert is offering a sweet incentive to those bakeries and caterers that plan ahead and order confectionary trays in advance of the Christmas rush, with free printing on orders of over 200 trays. Printing the bakery or caterer’s name or logo promotes the business and helps to prevent theft by branding the trays as the owner’s property.

Used throughout the industry, LINPAC Allibert’s confectionary trays are specially designed for bakeries that need their products to be safely and efficiently transported from the oven to the counter – however far that might be. The trays also allow baked goods to be well presented and easily displayed.

LINPAC Allibert’s confectionary trays are available in a range of heights for the hygienic handling, distribution and point of sale display of pies, pasties and morning goods. Manufactured from plastic, the stacking containers are strong and durable enough to be used for many years and can increase production speed by eliminating the need for additional packaging.

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