The chilled food packaging market leaders.
When it comes to chilled or frozen food packaging we are the market leaders
The CoolSeal product shows how successful and how good a performance it is by providing tests and real results of product efficiency. Our entry into the chilled and frozen food packaging sector developed from the success of CoolSeal in the seafood industry. From there our portfolio grew…
The very nature of the chilled and frozen food industry creates a requirement for a product which is 100% waterproof, meaning no soggy bottoms like many alternatives on the market – Mary Berry would be impressed with us.
As with many Tri-Pack products we also offer all chilled and frozen food ranges as flat packed products. Meaning we can service the whole world and offer reduced shipping and storage costs for all our happy customers. Thanks to the unique easy-erect design, the box is ready in one simple movement, with no other assembly required.
This environmentally friendly, 100% recyclable option helps keep your produce fresher for longer. With extreme insulation properties, Tri-Pack packaging outperforms all other packaging on the market when kept in a complete cold chain.Learn more about the cold chain...
Keeping food fresher for longer...
Perfect for the chilled foods, frozen foods and seafood sectors our packaging will withstand the elements and will trap all moisture and ice melt securely inside the packaging. This is particularly valuable when transporting goods by air freight.
Polypropylene is 100% recyclable and not a single use material
100% Dirt & Dust Free
Our patented sealed edge system can be applied to the packaging by sealing all the open flutes, which makes it imperishable to dirt and dust, easier to clean and reuse.
A Grade BRC Certificated
Tri-Pack are A Grade BRC Global standard certificated. The BRC Global standards are a leading global safety and certification program for food packaging manufacturers.
Every component of our packaging; the plastic, glues and inks are 100% recyclable.
All of our boxes and packaging can be designed specifically to your needs, so whether space saving is your objective or keeping seafood in the cold chain fresher for longer we can create a packaging solution suitable to you.
Faster Cool Down
Tri-Pack and CoolSeal boxes are tested and proven to cool down products 12 hours faster than traditional polystyrene boxes.
Tri-Pack packaging and our warehouse and factory have been approved by the Food Standards Agency for being suitable for use within the food sectors.
Tried, tested and measured, all Tri-pack packaging has far superior insulation properties than our competitors when in a complete cold chain meaning your product arrives safe and fresh.
Using our own unique tooling we seal the fluted edges of our packaging, this creates a strong barrier which becomes imperishable to dirt, dust, water and oils.
Resistant to Breakage
Polypropylene is known for its strength and durability. It is suitable for containing heavy loads while also holding its shape and structure.
A Grade BRC Global standard certificated
Food safe and designed with patented technology.
Tri-Pack packaging offers a strong and hygienic pack that is virtually unbreakable. It will also eliminate the problem of polystyrene bead contamination and blocked drains. Tri-Pack are A Grade BRC Global standard certificated. The BRC Global standards are a leading global safety and certification program for food packaging manufacturers, meaning all our packaging has been certified for food use.
Tri-Pack adheres strictly to the hygiene, quality and safety requirements as laid out for the certification process. We feel that our customers will receive a better service and products through the continued implementation of BRC. It also means all products received as suitable for food handling and adhere to high standards.
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