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Common barrier applications have historically been vacuum pouches for smoked fish however thermoform, VFFS and skin film are becoming more popular. Products like lobster, prawns and shellfish provide their own challenges due to their ability to puncture packaging. We have therefore developed a range of high puncture resistant films to cope with this problem.


Retorting in flexible packaging is where the food is vacuum packaged first, then heated to in excess of 120 Deg C in a retort chamber to create a shelf stable product.

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Rewind is a very economical means of packaging a product as the machine makes the pack, delivers the product into the pack and then seals it.

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Vacuum Pouches

By far the least capital expensive means of extending shelf life in food.

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Stand-up Pouches

Stand-up pouches have effectively replaced the can or the glass jar, and have revolutionised retailing of many products.

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Thermoforming Films

Prevalent across a wide range of industries, thermoforming is effectively another version of horizontal “form, fill and seal”.

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Skin Films
Seafood - Skin Film

Skin Films are used in packaging where a product (or products) is placed on a piece of paperboard or preformed trays, and a thin sheet of transparent Skin Film is placed over the product and paperboard or trays.

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Lidding Films

Lidding films are a showcase for contents, as such is often transparent or semitransparent with various colours.

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Box Pouch
Seafood - Box Pouch

This exciting concept exhibits all the benefits of the standup pouch but is more vertically stable as the base has a much larger surface footprint.

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