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Specialist Packaging Solutions From CoCopac

Specialist Packaging Solutions From CoCopac
March 31
09:30 2017

Since 2008, CoCopac has evolved into one of the premier suppliers of high quality, specialist packaging solutions to clients in the food packaging industry across the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Australasia.

Based at its purpose built 23,000 sq ft facility in Somerset, CoCopac combines fifty years of experience of converting specialist papers, paperboard and film into high quality, primary packaging for a huge range of foods, from meats and dairy to baked goods and desserts.

CoCopac will work with you to design and produce the exact packaging solution necessary to meet your specialist requirements. From products that are specially designed to prolong freshness and colour, reduce waste and extend the shelf-life, to specialist barrier papers and wet-strength wrappers to keep moisture in, and absorbent air-laid products to take moisture away or act as protective cushions for soft or delicate items, CoCopac’s specially developed, precision converted materials can cater for all your food packaging requirements.

The company’s BRC/IoP accreditation means that wherever you are globally based, you can trust CoCopac as reputable producers working to the highest standards of hygiene and safety providing professional, high quality products for your food packaging needs.

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