An award-winning UK food company has launched a new range of mini portions of its delicious selection of cheeses with the help of customised, high-speed wrapping technology developed by ULMA Packaging Ltd, one of the country’s leading suppliers of packaging machinery and complete automated lines.

Bradburys Cheese, renowned for sourcing and providing customers with speciality and convenience cheese from some of the best cheese makers in the UK and Europe, chose ULMA over a competitor to supply the high-speed flowrapping technology at its Buxton facility to help the company break into new markets with mini portions of the products it supplies.

ULMA, which prides itself on being part of a co-operative committed to the global packaging machinery marketplace, recommended the Artic flowrapper with complete modified atmosphere (MAP) to provide enhanced presentation and extended shelf life – ideal for cheese products.

Working closely with Bradburys’ technical team, ULMA then adapted the Artic flowrapper and integrated it with other suppliers’ cutting equipment, to provide a flexible production line operating at the high-speeds demanded by the customer, as well as accommodate retail packs with the minimum of fuss and downtime.

ULMA Business Manager, Paul McMahon, said: “More food companies are looking to combine ULMA’s expertise and knowledge with the latest in packaging technology.”

www.ulmapackaging.co.uk

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