PP Plastic Fresh Fruit Packaging Tray Insert

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Introduction of PP Plastic Fresh Fruit Packaging Tray Insert

PP fruit tray, EPE foam fruit net, plastic nursery seed tray, grape bag, EPE Pan Cab (tray like lotus), transparent punnet, PE extrude net, paper pulp tray.


Application of PP Plastic Fresh Fruit Packaging Tray Insert

1.For apple/tomato/color pepper/peach/pomegranate/lemon/persimmon/mango etc

2.High quality with low price

3.OEM allowed

4.Color: black/blue/orange/white/red/green/yellow etc (also according to your request)

5.We have applyed SGS certificate and ISO 9001.

6.We also have many other sizes and many shapes for pear, kiwi etc.

7.Production capicity:  10'40HC/Month

8.Packaging (with wood pallets)

9.Fruit Tray enhances both the safe protection of the fruit during transporation, retail and the products' display


Specifications of PP Plastic Fresh Fruit Packaging Tray Insert

1.Material: PP , PVC

2.Function:Preventing contacts and rotation between fruits

3.Size: 39x59cm, 29x49cm etc

4.Thickness: 0.11-0.12cm

5.No of holes:  14, 16, 18, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 32, 33, 35, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 45, 48, 52


Advantage of PP Plastic Fresh Fruit Packaging Tray Insert

1, corrosion resistance

2, rust resistance

3, lightweight, low density

4, temperature resistance

5, anti-aging, life is relatively shorter than PE, easy to be brittle and aging under low tempreature.

6, an excellent clean surface

7, sufficient thermal stability


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PP Plastic Fresh Fruit Packaging Tray Insert

PP Plastic Fresh Fruit Packaging Tray Insert

PP Plastic Fresh Fruit Packaging Tray Insert


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