CDF Corporation, a global company that specializes in the manufacture and sale of high quality drum, pail, intermediate bulk container and bag in box liners and flexible packaging, will display their newest flexible packaging product, PHS, at Marine West in January 2016.
Marine West, founded in 1992, is hosted and held at Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, at the Pacific Views Event Center. Marine commands throughout Southern California send delegations to visit this annual exposition. Marine West showcases the latest technology and prototypes aimed at preparing today’s Marines for the opportunities and challenges of the 21st century. Marine West is January 29th through the 30th.
Representing CDF will be Iris Thomas, Flexible Packaging Product Manager and Jimmy Pigg, Flexible Packaging Engineer. CDF’s newest product, PHS, is a disposable bag and tube combination that fits in any backpack hydration system. The PHS, personal hydration system, offers a cost effective alternative to the CamelBak reservoir. PHS’ standard size is 3L; other sizes are available upon request. The PHS is durable, easily disposed of, refillable, impervious to dust, dirt and chemicals, BPA free and made in America. The transparent film and hose allow for easy inspection. PHS will not break down in sunlight due to custom UV film. There is no plastic taste because of the custom film. PHS is capable of enduring varying environmental conditions
“PHS is an alternate solution for military hydration in the field. It provides a cost effective hydration system with a high degree of cleanliness and durability,” stated Iris Thomas.
The Marine Military Expos are three trade shows specifically aimed at the Marine Corps market. The mission of the shows is to assist the Marine Corps to identify and procure the best products and services to help their war fighting efforts and to promote the message of the Marine Corps League. Modern Day Marine is designed to be a systems-level show where industry can interface with the requirements and procurement experts in the Marine Corps. Modern Day Marine has been held annually for over 30-years and averages about 500 vendors and 8,000 attendees. Given the proximity to Washington, DC, Modern Day Marine attracts a broader array of attendees from the larger DOD community, all service branches and a distinct international presence.