Chem-Trend develops food safety compliant products

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Chem-Trend announced the arrival of Lusin LU1201F, a lubricant specifically created for the thermoplastics packaging industry

Chem-Trend, a developer and manufacturer of high-performance release agents, purging compounds and other process chemical specialties, has announced the arrival of Lusin LU1201F, a lubricant specifically created for the thermoplastics packaging industry on 4 June 2019. Lusin LU1201F completes a larger portfolio of chemical specialty products developed in support of customers trying to achieve SQF Certification, making Chem-Trend a single source for thermoplastic packaging products when food compliance is needed.
“Chem-Trend understands the complexity of food packaging manufacturing. Our vast research and development team set out to create an innovative product line that supports food safety management systems. We’re pleased to offer this full suite of products, providing food-packaging customers with customizable options that will fit their unique needs and, in many cases, achieve a competitive edge,” said Antje Scholl, business development director – Thermoplastics, Chem-Trend.

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Chem-Trend’s complete portfolio of targeted products for those working to achieve food safety compliance includes Lusin Release Agents, Ultra Purge and Lusin Purging Compounds, Lusin Cleaners, and Lusin Lubricants. With these products, Chem-Trend is prepared to grow with thermoplastics processors focused on providing packaging solutions to the food industry. Chem-Trend understands that every product is different and every machine unique, and that manufacturing conditions vary greatly.

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