LINPAC’s new Zenit line of multi-layer stretch films is undergoing a name change and will, from now on, be called Zenium. Zenium stretch films, which were released earlier this year, are formulated to comply with new EU regulations concerning plastic materials that come into contact with food products.
High resistance to perforation and tearing and optimal flexibility are the major advantages of the Zenium line, which also offers excellent optical properties and increased anti-fogging power. The edges of the rolls are trimmed to ensure perfect unwinding. Films may be delivered neutral or printed with a slogan, logo, or bar-code, in individually packaged rolls or in bulk on pallets. Reducing the volume of packaging materials used at source enables packagers to minimize the amount of waste produced, as mandated by European Directive 2004/12/CE of the European Union.
The Zenium films, which are intended for industrial agribusinesses, poulterers, slaughterhouses, packing centres and supermarket chains, were designed to wrap meat, fruit, vegetables, fish and cheese. Zenium films are ideal for all tray sizes and can be used for manual and machine packaging, including intensive high-speed packaging and packaging for high-volume or sharp products (smoked chicken or rib steak, for example).
Kate Ambler | FTPB - Pressestelle
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