25 – 27 September 2018 // Nuremberg, Germany, Hall 7 Stand: 7-601
Selig, a leading worldwide manufacturer of cap and closure lining materials, launches an innovative new induction liner that is EU compliant for fatty food contact at FachPack 2018. In addition, the company will showcase a wide range of innovative, consumer convenient induction cap sealing technologies.
Selig’s new DELTASEAL™ 9000 is a temporary polymer bonded 2-piece liner for glass containers. It is one of the first induction seal liners for glass sealing to be EU compliant for fatty food contact and opens the way for companies looking to seal a wide range of foods that contain oils and fats.
Selig’s new Lift ‘n’ Peel™ TamperSeal induction liner concept for pharmaceuticals is also on stand. Based on the company’s highly successful Lift ‘n’ Peel™ induction liner, this new easy open, hermetic seal with tamper evidence sealing concept solution is being offered to manufacturers as a collaborative partnership to allow for custom development of the liner for the brand owner’s specific application and specifications.
Also, at the show are Selig’s lining products that provide cost efficient anti-counterfeit benefits. Global leaders in the induction seal market, with sales and service to all regions, Selig specialises in protecting products from harmful environments.
The Selig team will be on hand throughout the show to provide information on how to find the ideal liner for any application, ranging from food and beverage, pharmaceutical to agrochemical, cosmetics and healthcare. Visitors can also learn about Selig’s printing capabilities for additional branding.
Peter Tindale, Sales Director at Selig, comments: “FachPack is the ideal platform to showcase the versatility of our product offerings. Selig’s broad product line offering, ability to provide custom materials and meet short lead-times while delivering high quality as well as its capability in developing new products is unmatched in the industry.”
FachPack takes place from 25-27 September in Nuremberg, Germany. More information on Selig can be found here.