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Paccor launches new film for dairy industry

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Paccor launches new film for dairy industry

Paccor launches new film for dairy industry
May 28
10:50 2013
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Rigid plastic food packaging manufacturer Paccor is launching a new film concept for dairy form-fill-seal (FFS) applications.

The firm claims that the new film is sustainable and was developed at the Group’s FFS Centre of Excellence in Mont-de-Marsan in France. Its name Neocell is a new trademark from Paccor.

Neocell is designed to offer advantages in terms of efficiency and sustainability, Paccor said.

Vincent Duguay, development leader, said: “We are tremendously excited about Neocell’s potential. It is an innovative, ecological and resource-saving concept for various FFS applications. Its unique selling point is its low-density middle layer, which makes the polystyrene film lighter and more environmentally friendly and improves the carbon footprint.”

Paccor said that Neocell’s density decrease leads to weight reduction, material savings and less CO2 emission. There are a number of film thicknesses available, ranging from 0.7 mm to 1.4 mm, and the film can be either white or bi-colour.


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