Food & Dairy
The Peak IBC (‘pallecon’) liquid liner system offers industry leading levels of quality and hygiene. Peak products provide users with a practical alternative to solid IBCs, delivering efficient filling and discharge solutions and reducing contamination risk. Pillow liners are most commonly used within the food and dairy industry for their efficiency and ease of use.
We manufacture our own fitments, in-house, to BRC food hygiene standards and as such can ensure full product traceability for our customers. Both our sites, in the UK and in Poland, are BRC grade AA accredited and we are also accredited to FDA/IMS. All products are manufactured in a quality controlled clean room environment, to food grade hygiene standards. We supply many UK and European based food and dairy companies and work closely with bulk container /pallecon suppliers throughout the world, so we can offer the whole ‘bag-in-box’ system.
At both production sites, we undertake a series of in-house product tests, including air pressure tests on each in house manufactured valve. We produce liners in a range of specifications so that we can meet the needs of the industries we supply into – including different film types, specifically blue for the food industry. We also have the capability to produce to Kosher food standards.
Peak liners are compatible with most types of IBCs (‘pallecons’) used for liquid dairy products, liquid egg, fruit juices, sauces, and other condiments.
’The relationship we’ve built over the years is solid – you’ve reacted really well to everything we’ve needed’ A Peak Dairy customer
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General Manager appointed
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Investment at Peak Packaging UK
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