NEW product development is at the heart of Sirane – and we’re looking for food packaging projects and problems to solve to keep our team busy during 2018.
Many of our more popular food packaging solutions were customer-driven solutions – based on a need in the market and a problem that simply needed solving.
Simon Balderson, Sirane MD, said: “Our development team will help you take the product from just the germ of an idea through to full-scale manufacture. As a company, we thrive on problem solving and finding innovative solutions.
“If you’ve a problem within your food packaging but don’t know how to solve it – or you know the solution needed but need someone to make it happen – then either way, having a conversation with Sirane could be the first step to take.
“Sirane is constantly trying to solve the problems that exist in food packaging, particularly in relation to shelf-life and food waste, but we can only solve problems that we’re aware of, so if you think we could help, make sure we’re aware.”
Sirane’s core skills are founded around material science and design & process engineering which gives us the capability to develop new and better products for food packaging, the medical & healthcare industry, horticulture and industry, and if required manufacture new machinery to produce these products.
• Specialised in absorbent materials
• Specialised in packaging reduction and compostable and recyclable packaging
• At the forefront of current packaging technology
• Specialised in shelf-life extension
• Specialised in material science
Products recently developed as customer-driven solutions include: odour-absorbent meat pads for vac-packed meat, developed to combat confinement odour; cushioned absorbent pads for soft and delicate fruits in transportation, and multi-compartment steam-cooking bags for microwave which open during cooking.
Jeremy Haydn-Davies, sales director, said: “These are all good examples of products which were developed as a direct result of a problem within the packaging that was on the market which meant it didn’t quite work for the supply chain.
“Confinement odour, a build-up of odours which is quite natural with meat such as lamb, was so off-putting for consumers when they opened the pack they wrongly believed the meat was off – Sirane was able to find a solution to this.
“Similarly, putting seafood and sauce in a sealed bag for retail sale wasn’t always working, as the sauce was causing degradation of the fish and limiting shelf-life – a multi-compartment bag with a valve which opens during cooking was the answer.”
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