Polytrade presents sealable FSC certified solid board trays at ExpoSE 2019

"Mustang Paper Trays are ideal for a marketing-oriented appearance"

At the Expose in Karlsruhe, Polytrade presents the Mustang Paper Tray, a shell made of FSC-certified solid board for sealing via tray sealers. As an alternative to plastic trays, the Mustang Paper Tray can be processed on ULMA tray sealers using the standard formats for strawberries and raspberries, blackberries or blueberries. So using the same tool, goods can be packed either in plastic trays or in cardboard trays.


The team of Polytrade LLC at this year's Fruit Logistica in Berlin.

The shell is a development of the Mustang start-up, from Padua. The Mustang team has over 30 years of experience in the packaging industry. It is now responding to market demands for more ecological packaging options for berries and other products, along with the trend towards sealed trays. "Mustang Paper Trays are 100% recyclable by simply separating the cardboard tray and the sealing film. They also meet all the requirements of the fruit supply chain, such as moisture and cold room resistance and food contact suitability, and have a fully printable outer surface making the trays ideal for a marketing-oriented appearance," says Rainer Dony, Polytrade Managing Director.


Mustang Paper Trays.

Sales in the German market
Polytrade is the distribution partner for the German market. In conjunction with the internationally operating packaging machine manufacturer ULMA Packaging, the company is able to offer complete solutions consisting of packaging machine, trays and appropriate sealing film from a single source.



For more information:
Polytrade GmbH
GF: Rainer Dony
Hauptstraße 67/1
D-76456 Kuppenheim
Tel: +49 7225/981420
Fax: +49 7225/55 81
rainerdony@polytra.de 
www.polytra.de  


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