Diamant to distribute PVC-alternative film in Singapore
Toronto-based Diamant Art Corp. announced last week , through its wholly owned subsidiary, Diamant Film Inc., it ha...
June 19, 2006 by Canadian Plastics
Toronto-based Diamant Art Corp. announced last week , through its wholly owned subsidiary, Diamant Film Inc., it has secured an agreement with Diamant Plastics Corp. for the exclusive marketing and distribution rights to the Republic of Singapore for Diamant stretch film, a non-PVC food wrap.
In addition to Canada, Diamant Art Corp. has already secured the rights to the U.S. Mexico, Bahamas, the Territory of People’s Republic of China, South Korea, and Thailand and now the addition of Sinapore gives the Company exclusive marketing and distribution rights for Diamant stretch film to a greater Asian market and a $700 million North American market, the firm said.
Diamant’s polystyrene stretch film differs from PVC film as it does not allow for the migration of harmful agents between the film and the food, the firm said.
Diamant stretch film has been approved by the Canadian Health Protection Branch for food contact and qualifies for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration non-objection status.