SilaFARM Product Family – Integrated Crop Packaging
27/11/2007 - Integrated Packaging (IP) is Australia’s leading manufacturer of silage film and a specialist distributor of high quality crop packaging products.
The SilaFARM crop packaging range offers customers a selection of quality harvest options including a choice of five different bale wrapping films plus netwrap, baling twine, pit covers, inoculants and grain storage bags.
SilaWRAP is the original silage stretch film and is IP’s most well known and used silage product. For premium quality silage wrapping film, SilaWRAP PLUS and EnduroWRAP use the latest advances in IP’s patented pre-stretch technology to achieve greater wrapping efficiencies.
“We offer consumers over 25 year’s experience,” says Andrew Makin, Agricultural Sales Manager. “Our films are 100% Australian made and provide advanced protection with excellent tack, high puncture and tear resistance and UV guarantees.”
IP sources its premium net and twine from the EU. Ross Watkins, BDM Agriculture, says there have been a number of cheaper quality nets in the market that have displayed signs of weakness and breakdown.
“In application and performance SilaNET is amongst the highest quality netwraps worldwide,” says Watkins. “Our customers now have a competitive alternative brand that performs well in a range of round balers achieving secure crop protection and perfect round bales in hay or silage.”
Available in a variety of high knot strengths, SilaTWINE has a product to suit any bale size and density. Designed for the baling contractor, SilaTWINE’s big square range is manufactured with single tape construction to ensure superior knot holding and consistent roundness for a smooth, less abrasive run through the baler.
IP’s SilaFARM Product Family is manufactured to International Quality Standards and is tailored to suit Australia’s unique and harsh conditions.
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