The reeled films produced by MP3 are ideal for various types of fresh and preserved foods. Big multinational companies contact us with many different specific needs, which we meet by cooperating with them and developing new and innovative materials.
Our products are used by companies that produce sophisticated trays for chocolates in various shapes and sizes. In this case, in addition to the technical characteristics needed to forge the trays, the ability to obtain specific shades of dark and/or gold/silver colours becomes a key factor.
Container for gastronomy
Thanks to their aesthetic qualities, such as their great transparency, combined with the excellent mechanical characteristics of the materials employed by MP3, these products are particularly sought after by large-scale and retailer traders of simple or bivalve containers for gastronomy Our quality certifications guarantee our full commitment to the consumer needs and to safety issues.
One of the main uses of our films is the production of disposable items such as plastic plates and cups. Notably, our reeled films are mainly used to manufacture medium to large transparent cups (for half litre cups or bigger). The strength of our materials, together with the high degree of transparency, are very appreciated by the market.
Transparent materials such as PS and PET are usually used by the manufacturers of egg containers. We can match the colours of our products to cater to specific marketing requirements of the final customer.
Fruit and vegetables packaging
Our reeled films are excellent for fresh fruit and vegetable packaging. Our excellent price/quality ratio makes of us a reliable partner for the manufacturers of containers and alveolar trays in this market.
This type of application is one of the most complex in food packaging and the quality and technical standards required by our customers are very high. MP3 has invested in innovative technologies to comply with the many requirements for gas and humidity control, thus optimizing the products' shelf life. Generally, materials that protect against oxygen and water humidity are used, in order to preserve food such as cold cuts, meets, cheese, etc..