Cosmo Films expands into CPP film for packaging biscuits, snacks, chocolate and ice cream

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The CPP films from COSMO Films. Pic: COSMO Films
The CPP films from COSMO Films. Pic: COSMO Films

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Cosmo Films has introduced a cast polypropylene (CPP) film for packaging applications requiring high moisture & oxygen barrier and high hot tack properties.

The heat sealable CPP films offer high hot tack (>600gf/inch over a range of 100-140°C) and low seal initiation temperature; enabling packaging machines to run at higher speeds.

Barrier properties

The films offer good moisture, oxygen, light and aroma barrier properties with an OTR and MVTR of <30cc/m2​/day and <0.3g/m2​/day respectively.

“We see more and more CPP being used globally, as well as in India, as a choice material for packaging applications in food and agriculture owing to its high transparency vis-​à-vis polyethylene and excellent sealing performance,” ​said Pankaj Poddar, CEO, Cosmo Films. 

“Cosmo Films has worked hard to come up with an extensive range of CPP films that offer both functionality and mono-materialization.”​ 

The films are suitable for biscuits, cookies and crackers, snack food applications, chocolates, and ice-creams.

BOPP film

They are available in a range of 20 to 30 microns, for adhesive and extrusion lamination. 

Established in 1981, Cosmo Films is the largest exporter of BOPP films from India and a largest producer of thermal lamination films, with manufacturing units in India, Korea and Japan.

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