July 10, 2007 00:00 ET

CDF Corporation First to Market Dunnage-Free Aseptic Bags

Innovative New Aseptic Packaging Reduces Transport and Packaging Costs

PLYMOUTH, MA--(Marketwire - July 10, 2007) - CDF Corporation, a leading manufacturer of liners and other value added products used in industrial shipping and storage containers, announces its exclusive new dunnage-free aseptic bags; a revolutionary product that will fill a 30-year industry void and drastically reduce packaging labor and materials costs.

CDF's new dunnage-free IBC liner is constructed to protect non-viscous liquids during rail transit without the use of additional packing materials. With normal shipment of non-viscous liquids via rail, foam dunnage must be wedged in between the aseptic bag and the tote's lid to reduce flexcrack damage. With CDF's new dunnage-free aseptic bags, no foam dunnage is necessary, even during extensive railway transport.

"The dunnage-free aseptic bag is yet another example of CDF leading the way with new technology," said Tom Tealdi, CDF Regional Sales Manager. "CDF's dunnage-free aseptic bags are a solution for many problems that have been in the industry for well over 30 years."

CDF's dunnage-free aseptic bags can save customers the extensive time and labor associated with foam dunnage. The heavy-duty film liner is made of FDA-approved materials and effectively protects sterilized food products, ensuring safe delivery to their destination.

"In developing the dunnage-free liner, CDF continues to demonstrate its innovative skills as it addresses the market's need to deliver product in a dependable fashion using intermediate bulk containers," said Phil Lanier, IBC National Sales Manager.

The high-capacity aseptic bags accommodate fitments up to three inches and up to 300 gallons of liquid. The bags lock out light, moisture and oxygen and are made in America.

To learn more about CDF's revolutionary dunnage-free aseptic bags, visit

About CDF Corporation

CDF Corporation is a privately held plastic manufacturing company who leads the U.S. market in thermoformed liners for industrial containers. Since its inception in 1971, the company has maintained an energetic entrepreneurial approach to industrial package design, manufacturing and promotion. CDF manufactures products ranging in sizes from 2.5 gallons to 330 gallons in its Plymouth, Massachusetts ISO certified facility.