Holmes Packaging Australia offers Barrier Pouch Technology which is cost-effective and gives high performance. Holmes Packaging Australia has developed a broad range of barrier pouches for food products by a combination of leading 7 and 9-layer co-extrusion technology with sophisticated conversion capability and flexographic print.
Cost-effective and innovative combinations of the sealant resins and latest barrier have been allowed by this sophisticated extrusion equipment to provide films of high performance. When this is united with the conversion and printing capability of Holmes Packaging Australia, a pouch solution can be designed which meet the demanding application.
For MAP or vacuum applications the configurations of pouch include bottom or side gussets and conventional flat pouches. Typical end uses of the technology include fresh red meat, protection for cheese, processed meats and other foods which are perishable.
Holmes Packaging Australia is regarded as one of the world leaders in barrier co-extrusion film technology. The performance and properties of films required by the clients of Holmes Packaging Australia are diverse. Abuse resistance, sealability, tensile strength and gas barrier properties are some of the common requisites of the product. For this purpose extensive trials are performed by Holmes Packaging Australia to identify the construction of one of the most suitable films.