Monday, March 29, 2010

Corrugated Edge Protectors Safeguard Agricultural Exports

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Unipak Nile manufactures recyclable pallet edge protectors for fresh fruit and vegetable exporters in the Middle East and North African (MENA) region.


From its plant in 6th of October City, Egypt, Unipak Nile manufactures 100% recyclable edge protectors to safeguard stacked agricultural trays on pallets. Exporters can efficiently strap pallets horizontally to prevent corrugated trays from collapse, damage and side crushing during transport and refrigeration. Trays are delivered intact to retail stores.



Edgard Bou Kheir, INDEVCO Paper Containers Marketing Coordinator, explains:

“Our corrugated edge protectors are heavily-tested at our laboratories for resistance to crushing when exposed to strap tension under extensive humid and cool (refrigeration) conditions. They are made of natural, sustainable and easily-recyclable raw materials. Our edge corner protectors can also be branded via flexo printing, thus, enhancing customers corporate brand and product image.”

Unipak Nile manufactures a range of other recyclable corrugated packaging for the agriculture industry, such as corrugated banana cartons, corrugated bulk bins, corrugated trays for packing and dispensing fresh produce and corrugated open-top trays for fresh produce.

Produce boxes and trays are used to pack and transport apples, bananas, broccoli, cauliflower, cherries, citrus (tangerines, mandarines and oranges), cucumbers, dates, eggplant, grapes, green beans, lettuce, melons, necatrines, onions, peaches, peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, squash, strawberries, and tomatoes.

Unipak Nile is a member of INDEVCO Paper Containers Division, a division of INDEVCO Group, the local multinational of the Middle East.


Contact Information

Edgard Bou Kheir, Marketing Coordinator
INDEVCO Paper Containers

Tel: +961-9-478 900 Ext. 326
Fax: +961-9-478 915
E-mail: edgard.boukheir@unipaklb.com
Web: www.indevcopapercontainers.com

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