New water-quenched blown film provides superior performance and great looks.
In response to increased demand for high performance and high impact roll stock for protein packaging, Flavorseal is excited to expand their line of high barrier, forming and non-forming roll stock films, now available in a variety of sizes and formats.
The state-of-the-art, water-quenched blown film technology provides a deep draw and superior forming capabilities, resulting in uniform pockets and may provide opportunities for down gauging.
“We are very excited about the quality of our rollstock film,” said Ryan Till, Flavorseal’s Product Line Director. “The clarity provides a very high end look that we are confident our customers will appreciate, and the performance is plug-and-play across a wide range of equipment.”
Specifically designed to be used on a wide range of thermoforming machines, Flavorseal’s roll stock features a wide sealing and forming range for ease of implementation and fully supported by Flavorseal’s Field Technical Support Team to assist in making sure the film runs seamlessly in our customer’s production line.
In addition to superior gloss and optics of this roll stock film, Flavorseal provides high-impact printing to provide help brands increase shelf appeal. Combined with the superior gloss and optics of these films, Flavorseal roll stock will make any product stand out from the crowd.
Flavorseal provides roll stock as part of a comprehensive packaging supplier program for their customers. Flavorseal also manufacturers netting products, shrink packaging, and seasoning transfer products for the protein industry. Flavorseal is a part of M&Q Holdings, which also includes M&Q Packaging, a manufacturer of specialty high‐temperature, ovenable packaging which is used in food service, food processing, medical and industrial markets, and Outlook Group Printing and Packaging, a leading provider of customer packaging solutions primarily serving the food and consumer products end markets.
Visit our website product page for more information about new Roll Stock films from Flavorseal.