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Condensation and packaging
Production and bottling lines are under increased pressure to be more flexible and efficient. As as result, it is common to find that bottles and cans are packed whilst either still warm or extremely cold, and this can lead to problems -
One of our customers manufacture a range of bottled ciders that are pasteurised as part of the brewing process. This means that the bottles are still warm when they are packed.
The problem with a regular film
In the past our customer used a regular stretch film. This meant that the branded labels, which they apply to all their bottles, were damaged as a result of the condensation. Also, in many cases the goods would arrive sitting in a small puddle of water.
Our customer found that Air-
Better Aeration = Increased Sales
With the condensation issue solved our customer no longer experienced the spoiling problems associated with water damage. As a result they found that their products looked better on the shelf and therefore sold more.