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Sirane: Seafood mats and liners

Sirane introduces a new range of mats and liners for seafood packaging.
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The company’s new Dri-Fresh Sea-Fresh range of absorbent liners quickly and effectively absorbs the melting ice and juices released during transportation. The liquid is absorbed and trapped inside the Sea-Fresh liner to prevent spillage and reduce odour.

The new range of Sea-fresh pads is designed using the latest material and process technology specifically for this application. Features and benefits include:
• New pad format to increase the absorbency, rate of absorbency and to trap the liquid inside the pad.  Fish stays cooler, dryer and fresher as a result.

• Extensive range of sizes and absorbency levels to suit every packaging format including plastic crates, polystyrene boxes and others. Custom sizes and formats to meet every application, however demanding.

• Clean, hygienic and approved for use in food packaging and transport applications. Manufactured in our BRC/IoP accredited factories to the highest quality and hygiene standards.

• Attractive, lightweight and easy to use.
 

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