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EPS In Packaging For fishing Food & Deliverable

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EPS In Packaging Service Description

Our Sunpack brand offers a wide range of EPS boxes to suit your needs from Fish Boxes and Home Delivery Boxes through to insulating containers for Pharmaceuticals and Protective Packaging for fragile goods.

EPS is the long-established and globally preferred material for protective packaging. The thermal performance, impact resistance and proven environmental credentials provide the best solution for transporting high-value sensitive goods.

Certified Food Safe our EPS Boxes are ideal for fresh fish, meats, soft fruits and vegetables whether transporting for Home Delivery, Restaurant Supply or Export. The excellent insulating properties of EPS ensure safe temperatures are maintained during transport retaining freshness and reducing waste.

EPS plays a small but vital role in the health of the nation providing transport boxes with excellent insulating properties for the transport and storage of temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals, vaccines and donor organs.

We also supply a range of versatile Correx tough packaging for heavy products requiring separation such as wine and beer bottles.

Fish & Food Packaging -

EPS is the ideal packaging material for many fish and food products. Bespoke designs can easily be achieved by moulding to suit the type and shape of food and the material offers exceptional impact resistance as well as outstanding thermal protection.

For many fresh food and fish products, the use of EPS combined with ice or ice packs ensures extended life during transit. This, in turn, helps ensure freshness, safety and product appeal.

fish and food packaging

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