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Washing capacity gets a boost

12 December 2012

LINPAC Services has boosted its tray and bulk container washing capacity by investing in new technology at its Tamworth site. It is anticipated that the two new machines - a tray wash and a bulk container wash - will re

LINPAC Services has boosted its tray and bulk container washing capacity by investing in new technology at its Tamworth site. It is anticipated that the two new machines - a tray wash and a bulk container wash - will reduce turnaround times for customers who use the British Retail Consortium (BRC) accredited washing, repair and hire service.

Primarily used for reuseable Maxinest trays in the grocery and food distribution industry, the new automated wash machine can clean 30,000 trays per day. This increases LINPAC's wash capacity by over 7% or 2000 trays a day.

The new bulk container wash has halved the turnaround time for Geobox rigid bulk containers, Maxipac bulk shippers and plastic pallets widely used in the agri-food industry. The new machine can wash twice the amount of containers compared to the previous jet washing method.
 
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