Young’s Seafood renews deal with PPS East

PPS East Limited will continue to deliver services to Young's Seafood Limited, following the agreement of a new two year contract.

PPS East has provided a washing service for Young's plastic containers for the past seven years, and under the new contract will continue to provide hygienic cleaning of plastic trays and boxes, plastic pallets, smoking racks, and bulk bins.

Kate Williamson, business development for PPS East commented, “We work closely with the Senior Management in Processing and Services at Young’s Seafood Limited. Having worked with Young's Seafood Limited for quite a few years, it is really positive that we have been acknowledged with a new two year contract for this service. Having a long term commitment between the two businesses means we can invest our time and money into providing them with an even more efficient and economical service.”

PPS East’s BRC accredited factory in Grimsby sites state-of-the-art industrial wash machines to clean all kinds of returnable packaging equipment. This new contract also coincides with PPS East’s recent purchase of another new wash line which is due to be installed at the Grimsby site in April this year.

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