New size PE container

RPC Sæplast is introducing a new 750 litre container to its PE range RPC Sæplast is introducing a new 750 litre container to its PE range

RPC Sæplast is introducing a third size into one of its top-selling PE reusable plastic container ranges for food processing.

The new 750 litre container sits between the existing 630 and 875 litre sizes to offer customers additional choice and flexibility in food transportation and storage. It is available in a variety of colours, with or without a drain plug, and can also be specified with a lid. In addition, the container can be personalised with company logos and can incorporate tracking options such as a barcode, QR code or RFID technology.

The RPC Sæplast PE range is produced in 100% food grade polyethylene and is particularly suitable for supply chain handling in the fish, meat and animal by-products industries. Its one-piece, seamless triple wall design and closed cell core offers a rugged and reliable construction that is claimed to last up to seven times longer than single wall versions, while offering easier and safer handling for users.

The one-piece container is easy to clean and maintain. The solid inner core prevents absorption of liquid, and the avoidance of easily broken joints and hard to clean crevasses eliminates the danger of harmful bacterial growth for maximum hygiene.

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