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ceo at poly-cel packaging products free sample

Whether your needs are large or small, we have more than 30 bag-making machines and a network of custom printing partners who can help you as you grow. That’s not all! Our customization options are nearly limitless.

Let us accommodate your creativity. In addition, we can get finished product to you in just 1-2 weeks versus the industry average of 3-4 weeks. That means a faster time-to-market for you!

ceo at poly-cel packaging products free sample

Most of the accounts we serve are GFSI audited, so you probably know the investment of time and attention to detail that requires. When you partner with WSP you get more than an FDA letter, you get the full benefit of our QA program, including our BRC certificate, HACCP, FDA letters, EU letters, Certificate of Analysis, Lot Coding, Not Conforming, Migration, Allergens, Toxics, Bisphenol, Prop 65, Code of Conduct Statements, and much much more.

We also don’t want to overlook the fact that our product is consistent. Each and every roll will work down to the core and run smoothly through your machine saving you real dollars.

The BRC Global Standard for Packaging and Packaging Materials is a leading global brand and the first standard in the world to be recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GSFI) bench marking committee. We choose this auditing body for our customers because we want them to know that we follow a standardization of quality, safety and operational criteria that ensures that we as the manufacturer are fulfilling our (and your!) legal obligations to provide protection for the end consumer. Safety, Quality and Legality are top priorities!

Our entire facility and manufacturing process was designed around the food industry which is why we are BRC audited. Imagine if you knew the place that was making your food used the same machines to make motorcycle parts? Would you buy their food? Of course not, so why would you buy from a film manufacturer who makes poly material for any industry and risk the cross contamination that comes with that? We only service the food market and every raw material, every cleaner and every process is FDA approved. All of our products are also certified Kosher and safe for people following Kosher, Halal, vegan and dairy-free diets.

When we started this business, our CEO said that he would be involved in every account we have. To this day, he continues to give his personal cell number to every account and answer the phone on Saturday and Sunday. In fact, this applies to every member of our sales team. To us, commitment to service is about what you do for your customers when they really need you, not just when it"s convenient for us.

Servicing the food market and focusing on bag-in-a-box operations has helped us to become experts not only in manufacturing the packaging but also in delivering solutions that cut your costs and improve your efficiency and product loss. We have developed a way to “side-by-side” test products and take advantage of newer resin materials. We are available to do quarterly scorecard reviews with each of our customers where we discuss other cost-saving opportunities that exist.

When you ask "when can you get it to us", everyone on our team will respond with this question: “when do you need it?” The simple truth is, that is all that matters. We will do everything possible to deliver your product the next day. We have done this time and time again for our customers and we will do it for you. In addition to this no-cost rush service, we offer free inventory programs and we will stock product for you in our warehouse.

ceo at poly-cel packaging products free sample

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ceo at poly-cel packaging products free sample

For over 45 years, Acorn has been providing the North American market with a broad range of high quality printed packaging, and we look forward to providing Poly-Cel"s customers with exceptional service and best-in-class product.

From Fortune 500 companies to local customers, Acorns packaging solutions are found on the shelves of all major north American food retailers. Every day, over 1 million people have a positive experience with a package produced in our facility. We are one of Canada’s largest converters of flexible packaging, and our hard earned reputation for excellence and service speaks for itself.

ceo at poly-cel packaging products free sample

The word ‘paper’ was derived from the plant papyrus, which was used by Egyptians to produce the world’s first crude writing material. Tsai-Lun of China in 105 AD used the bamboo and mulberry barks for the development of first authentic papermaking process (Smook 2002). However, paper had also been manufactured from cottonseed hair, flax, leaves, sunflower stalk and agricultural waste (Rudi et al. 2016). The raw material used for paper development severely effects its quality because of variation in fibre length and pulp composition. Most of the paper in today’s world is prepared from wood pulp of coniferous trees (spruce and pines) found in north temperate zones of North America and Europe. Cellulose, hemi-cellulose and lignin are three main components of wood cell wall. Cellulose possess fibre-forming properties owing to the presence of the straight, long and parallel fibres. Hemicelluloses are responsible for the hydration of pulp and development of bonding during beating process. Lignin is natural binding constituent of wood cells with no fibre forming ability.

Figure 1 shows the various stages of paper preparation process. Pulping is the process of separating wood fibres using mechanical, chemical, thermal treatments or any of these in combination. Lignin is dissolved to produce individual fibres during pulping which can be reformed to paper sheet during paper making process. The solution or the fibres obtained after the pulping treatment is known as pulp. Bleaching treatment is applied to improve the whiteness of chemical and mechanical pulp. Chromophoric groups of lignin are responsible for color of the pulp which are removed during bleaching using chlorine, chlorine dioxide or hydrogen peroxide.

Beating treatment increase the surface area of the fibres thus increasing their water holding capacity and creating additional bonding opportunities for fibres. Refining process is similar to beating process and used for improving the physical properties of the finished sheet. After pulping and beating, stock (fibrous material) preparation stage involves the mechanical treatment of pulp for its conversion into a sheet on paper machine. Paper making process involves the use of mainly three different methods: Fourdrinier machine, cylinder machine and twin wire formers. During the paper forming process the fibrous material (containing approximately 99% water) is passed through rollers or wire mesh to remove water and form the paper web.

Final treatments include calendering, supercalendering, sizing, laminating, impregnating or saturating the developed paper as per the requirement of the industry or the product to be packed (Khwaldia et al. 2010). Calendering involves the application of pressure to reorient the surface fibre and smoothens the surface of paper. After calendaring treatment paper is said to be machine finished. Supercalendering is almost similar to calendering but it involves the addition of moisture and more pressure then calendering. Sizing is the process of coating paper with starch, casein, alum, etc. to improve its appearance, barrier properties and strength (Robertson 2013).

Based on the grade: Firstly processed paper from raw wood pulp is called as virgin paper or virgin grade paper. Recycled paper is the paper obtained after reprocessing of virgin paper, recycled waste paper itself or their combination.

Based on the smoothness and treatment given to pulp and paper, it is broadly divided into two categories: Papers used for printing, labelling, writing, books etc. are made of bleached pulp and called as fine paper, and paper used in packaging of food materials which is made of unbleached pulp are called as coarse paper.

According to Food Safety and Standard Authority of India (FSSAI), only virgin grade packaging material should be used for direct food contact (FSSR 2011). Paper for food packaging can be classified into two broad categories (1) based on pulp or paper treatment (2) based on shape and combination of various materials. Wood pulp treatment effects the paper properties and its use significantly. The next section discusses about the various types of paper based on pulp and paper treatment and their use in food packaging.

German chemist Carl F. Dahl introduced sodium sulfate for pulping resulting in production of stronger paper and was known as Kraft (sulfate) paper after the German word ‘Kraft’ which means strength. Kraft paper is prepared from the unbleached pulp and it is usually rolled on a core with inside diameter 70–75 mm and in length corresponding to the width of the paper. Kraft paper possess coarse structure and very high strength. Kraft paper is made on a Fourdrinier machine and then machine-glazed on a Yankee dryer or machine-finished on a calender. Calendering treatment is avoided if roughness is required, as stacking of kraft paper bags on pallet with rough surface in contact prevents sliding (Robertson 2013). It is available in three grades namely: Grade 1, Grade 2 and Grade 3.Grade 1 It is referred as virgin kraft by paper industry and made from 100% unbleached sulphate pulp, or from a mixture of wood and bamboo pulp.

Grade 2 Bagasse, rice/wheat straw, grass, jute or a mixture of these with sulphate pulp is used for the preparation of Grade 2 kraft paper or semi-virgin kraft paper and also stated as agricultural residue kraft.

Kraft paper is used for the packaging of flour, sugar, dried fruits and vegetables. Charta Global, a US based firm, had announced the addition of En