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Disposable Food Trays

Large Food Tray To Carry It All

Ah, the holder of all, a collector of consumer cuisine, this, too, needs to have a rigid structure with incredible tensile strength. After all, it's holding everything else. These solutions are usually square or rectangular.

Thermoforming Process

Thermoforming is the process of heating material, commonly thermo-plastic or paper, until it can be molded to the desired form. This is most commonly achieved through pressure forming, vacuum forming, or mechanical forming. The applications of thermoforming are vast and include food packaging, industrial, medical, and e-commerce industries. Thermoforming has several advantages. One of its main draws is that it is very adaptable to a customer’s design needs. With a fast turnaround time, it can be used for last-minute shipments or as a quick way to develop a prototype.

Thermoformed Paper Trays

Similar to plastic forming, paper trays can be formed into any desired size: small, medium, or large. When utilizing a paper substrate for the foundation of your tray solution, one uses heat, pressure, and moisture content from the paper sheet so a product can be formed into a desired shape and rigidity. BMG is a leader in the research and development of paper-forming machinery. There are many new products on the horizon for this process coming soon.

Thermoformed Plastic Trays

When utilizing either of the two main types of thermoforming plastic, vacuum forming and pressure forming for trays, keep in mind that plastic offers unique tensile strength for the safe transport of quick-serve food items. Large or small, plastic or foam, BMG can solve for them all. Like all types of thermoforming, vacuum forming uses heat and pressure to manipulate plastic sheets over a mold. Once the sheet has been positioned, a vacuum is used to form it into its desired shape. Like vacuum forming, pressure forming uses heat to ensure the plastic sheet is in a malleable form but has the added benefit of additional pressure. This pressure allows for greater detail and texture to be created during the forming process.

Benefits of Our Packaging Solutions

Benefit One

Rigid trays provide excellent support and are perfect for transporting quick service products in consumer retail eateries and restaurant environments.

Benefit Two

BMG’s uniquely engineered quick-serve tray solutions provide a variety of sizes and shapes from their uniquely thermoformed technology, be they square or rectangular, and even irregular diamond-shaped. Anything is possible.

Benefit Three

All quick-serve trays are easily stackable for inventory storage and service for use in the consumer environment.