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Rigid Packaging

For many non-food items, the packaging is made more rigid by formed packing materials that slip inside the box and hold the product and its accessories or components in place. Forms of rigid packaging include crates, glass bottles, and metal cans.

Polypropylene rigid packaging is a key raw material for rigid packaging as its properties can be adapted and closely controlled to meet the needs of the process and the end application. Uses include food packaging, industrial chemicals and media. Polypropylene trays are used for fresh, refrigerated or frozen foods such as desserts, salads and snacks, and as a barrier layer for packaged foods to be stored for extended periods of time at ambient temperature.

Polypropylene Rigid Packaging Polyethylene is widely used in the rigid packaging industry. It is transformed into bottles, tubs, pails, tanks, drums and containers of all sizes, from a few milliliters to thousands of liters.

Polyester, made with monoethylene glycol (MEG), is the most popular plastic container material in the world. It is currently used for carbonated soft drinks, bottled water, juices, isotonics and personal care products such as shampoo, and food packaging.

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