Linpac has recently completed a €9m investment in two German facilities to drive the market change in the country from polypropylene (PP) to polyethylene terephthalate (PET).
FoodProductionDaily.com was invited along to see the developments for the first time at the Ritterhude site in Bremen.
Linpac Packaging has invested €9m in Germany to help transform the country's packaging market from polypropylene (PP) to polyethylene terephthalate (PET).
The investment in new plant equipment at sites in Ritterhude in Bremen and Beeskow in Brandenburg includes PET extrusion and automation facilities.
The firm is hoping to transform the market with its recently launched Rfresh Elite range of rPET trays that are lightweight, mono-material and aimed at meat and poultry.
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