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Packaging Concepts: Form-Stable Aluminum Liner

July 30, 2003
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The form-stable liner for use with Packaging Concepts FIBCs is now available with an aluminum barrier foil, which protects the integrity of sensitive bulk materials from heat, light, moisture, oxidation, loss of aroma and other external influences. The new aluminum liner offers the traditional advantage of the company's PE Delta liners, which substantially reduce transportation costs because they accommodate as much as 30% greater volume of bulk materials than standard shaped liners. Additionally, these liners protect very sensitive products that cannot be shipped in a regular PE liner.

For more information, call (800) 284-8312, fax (757) 490-1548 or e-mail lflora@amborate.com .

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