New machine increases Sea-Fresh range capabilities

Dri-Fresh Sea-Fresh liners for seafood transportation

Sirane has expanded its range of absorbents liners for packaging seafood thanks to a new machine significantly speeding up and streamlining the production process.

Sirane’s Dri-Fresh Sea-Fresh range of absorbent liners quickly and effectively absorbs the melting ice and juices released during transportation. The liquid is absorbed and trapped inside the Sea-Fresh liner to prevent spillage and reduce odour.

The machine – designed and built by Sirane’s in-house engineering team – will allow for far greater flexibility in the range, with almost any size or absorbency now available.

Jeremy Haydn-Davies, sales director for food packaging, said: “Our new machine for Sea-Fresh liners will make us very competitive, and this new pricing combined with our reputation for quality absorbent products should generate a lot of interest.

“Sea-Fresh liners are terrific for lining crates of fish, soaking up large amounts of water and fluid from the crates, meaning it arrives at the destination in a much better state.

“The cold crate packed with seafood will remain cold and dry, optimising the condition and appearance – and in many cases the value or saleability – of the fish.”

Ian Beardsall, director of product & process development, said: “The machine has tremendous flexibility, and is very fast, which has helped us become very competitive.

“We can produce exactly what the customer wants at an attractive price. Not only that but we can offer extremely high levels of absorbency which are great for seafood.”

Sirane will be exhibiting at the European Seafood Expo in Brussels from April 23rd to 25th and can be found at Stand 4-5838. Email for an appointment.

Other seafood-based products include self-seal cooking bags perfect for steam cooking fish in an oven or microwave, our innovative dual-compartment Smart-Release bag allowing an infusion of fish and sauce in a microwave, and our new barbecue bag.

Sirane recently returned from a very successful first visit to the Boston Seafood Show in the US, where the industry showed a great appetite for the company’s products.


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