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Dufaylite helps deliver turkeys for Christmas

Producer of packaging and display graphics, Dufaylite, has supported turkey suppliers around the UK

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(L to R) Shara Mills, factory operative; Tom Bewley, operations director; Ashley Moscrop, managing director; and Les Hill, production manager

Manufacturer of paper honeycomb, Dufaylite, has used its unique paper honeycomb to ensure the safe and chilled delivery of around 50,000 turkeys this Christmas.

Dufaylite’s paper honeycomb is used in the packaging, graphics, display, and construction sectors, largely thanks to its durable but also sustainable credentials.

The packaging used to deliver the turkeys is BRCGS certified and ensures the poultry is delivered safely thanks to the thermal box liner. 

Managing director of the company, Ashley Moscrop, says: “We all know the turkey is the star of Christmas dinner and it’s our job to help ensure that they reach customers in time for the big day, protected, and chilled to perfection.”

Dufaylite states the honeycomb cells of its packaging can effectively trap the air within the box ensuring effective thermal properties ideal for keeping contents cool for up to 48 hours.  

Dufaylite packaging has become popular amongst food and delivery companies for its eco-credentials 

Moscrop adds: “Our recently acquired ‘AA’ BRCGS Global Food Safety Standard will also ensure that our thermal box liners will keep the turkeys in tip top condition. And they are easily recycled, so won’t cause any confusion for customers, or clutter up the bins or landfill.”

With a quick and easy installation process, the strong, rigid, and durable solution will safeguard the contents during transit, giving peace of mind to many turkey suppliers this festive period.

“Whilst Santa delivers the gifts, the Dufaylite packaging elves are working hard producing thermal box liners to protect everyone’s favourite festive fowl and ensure they make it to the dinner table in perfect condition,” says Dufaylite.

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