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Ingredient truck lids

18 July 2012

Thousands of products are supplied by Mailbox to the food processing and manufacturing industry every year, so it should come as no surprise to find that, through listening to customer feedback and understanding their needs, they have taken positive steps to develop their products.

Mailbox has improved the lids for its range of moulded ingredient trucks. The all new lids are more ergonomic and smooth lined making them even more hygienic and user friendly.

The access flap options include clear plastic, solid colour plastic or stainless steel and the cleverly designed hinge feature ensures that they stay in place and are easy to use. A sculptured area at the front of the lid makes it safer and easier to lift the flap and access the ingedients.

Liz Warden, Sales Office Manager, said ''We took the time to understand how we could make improvements to a product that is often just taken for granted. Ingredients trucks are at the heart of manufacturing in many food companies and they are expected to be strong, hygienic and easily used, which is why we made these significant improvements''.

The Mailbox range of ingredient trucks come in three sizes – 65, 89 and 142 litres - and are available ex stock in five or more colours for ingredient or allergen separation and identification or general food use.

If you’d like more information about the above please contact: Elaine Wilson on 0161 331 3129 or email: e.wilson@mailboxmouldings.co.uk

Mailbox: Stamford Products Limited, Bayley Street, Stalybridge, Cheshire. SK15 1QQ
Tel No: 0161 330 5577 Fax No: 0161 330 5576 Website: www.mailboxmouldings.co.uk


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