high viscosity packaging

UK-based plastic packaging components provider Global One-Pak (GOP) has introduced a new high-viscosity packaging range for oils, salad dressing sprays, and other oil-based food products.

The new range includes closures, actuator inserts and cap liners for mist sprayers and micro triggers.

GOP director Clive Broadbent said that use of the spray products includes cooking oils in the food industry, and has resulted in a rise in demand for high-viscosity packaging.

"Our range is also ideal for those products which require a quick turnaround," Broadbent added.

The company plans to launch the range at Packaging Innovations in Birmingham in February, and expects a good response for the products.

GOP provides plastic packaging components including trigger sprays for the household market, and lotion pumps for the personal care market.

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The company supplies its products to major retailers in the UK, such as Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons, Netto, and others.

Image: Global One-Pak’s new high viscosity food packaging. Photo: courtesy of Global One-Pak Limited/ Chapman Poole Communications.