Holfeld to unveil "vastly extended" soft fruit packaging range at Fruit Logistica

Ireland's Holfeld Plastics will use next month's Fruit Logistica trade show in Berlin to showcase its extended range of soft fruit packaging.

Image: Holfeld Plastics
Image: Holfeld Plastics

The manufacturer has extended its soft fruit punnet range to rival the very best the soft fruit packaging industry can offer.

Addressing customer demand for promotional family-sized packs, the company has developed a new deep punnet K80 range available in depths 56, 70 and 85mm depths, available for top sealing as well as auto de-nesting, and are laterally vented to reduce condensation and improve airflow even when stacked.

In has also created the M81 range in depths 85,70, 60, 50, 40 and 30mm, the K30 range in depths 34, 60 and 75mm, the the K62 range in 40 and 58mm depths, all suitable for top sealing and auto de-nesting.

Holfeld has introduced incremental profiles such as the K37 Divide to accommodate two soft fruit varieties with or without pads.

It will be at stand A-06 in Hall 8.2 of the show, which runs from 8 to 10 February.


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