Packaging and packing specialist CMTP recently announced it can now supply HACCP International Certified Hygiene pallets.

The company said it can now produce a special range of its Pal-giene certified food-safe pallets.

CMTP managing director Travis Meade said CMTP had worked closely with HACCP International to ensure the strict certification criteria had been met.

“We have always had excellent quality control in our business and adding to this is our strict processes we have in place as part of our ISPM-15 Export certification,” Meade said.

“We thought why not go the extra mile and get our pallets certified to meet the ever-increasing hygiene and quality demands of our food and beverage customers. It’s an important milestone within CMTP as we further cement our position as the most trusted pallet supplier to the food and beverage industries. We’re excited to be supporting the food industry with our high-quality products.”

CMTP has supplied pallets for fresh produce and beverage – including dairy and packaged food – for more than 45 years.

As a supplier of pallets, CMTP have worked in conjunction with food suppliers to create a product that protects products.

In a statement, the company said it anticipates the HACCP International Product Certification will lead to new opportunities and peace of mind for its customers.

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