Agricultural liners to fit your bins, boxes, and crates
Plascon manufactures liners to protect your harvest
There’s a crispness in the air as the Summer heat fades away into shorter Fall days, and cooler nights. Harvest Season is in full bloom! So grab your pumpkin-spice-whatever, and bundle up in your favorite snuggly hoodie, and get ready for the fresh produce we enjoy this time of year!
Across the US, farming communities have the challenge of harvesting their crops and keeping them fresh and clean to deliver to grocery stores and food processors. Plascon box liners aid in that effort by protecting these types of perishable items to keep them as close to same-day-picked as possible, and safeguard against accidental contaminates entering the box, bin, or crate.
Many of the most popular sized liners are in stock and ready to ship, but we also offer custom orders (with minimum purchase requirements) for specific sizes, and even film colors. Using color coded liners helps identify at a glance what a particular item contains. Our films and liners are available in HDPE/LLDPE blends, and we even offer biodegradable options! Our webstore is perfect for ordering a few cases, or reach out to inquire on bulk quantities.
Our gusseted liners ensure proper fitting for your containers, giving you maximum coverage without lost space for packing. Whether you are packaging fresh fruits and vegetables, grains, or powders such as flour, sugar or spices, our liners are a game-changer in protection for your harvest.
Plascon is headquartered in beautiful Traverse City Michigan, and has been providing food grade BRC 'AA' certified flexible packaging for over twenty years. Our experienced staff is here to help guide you to the right liner for your application. Need a custom quote? Give us a call! Our films can be from 6″ to 50″ wide depending on seal type, and 0.8 Mil to 4.5 Mil thick depending on resin type.
So what are you waiting for? Contact us today and let’s find the perfect flexible packaging solution for your application!
* 49.28% biodegradation in 900 days under non-typical conditions. No evidence of further biodegradation.