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productivity
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Reduce Storage and Transport Costs

This entry was posted on 3rd July 2018 by Edyta Dean
Bespoke packaging design could revolutionise your packing operations. The initial investment will quickly pay off, bringing long-term benefits to your business and enhancing your entire operation. Below are four key advantages of custom packaging design. 1. Reduced damage and ...
This entry was posted on 26th June 2018 by Edyta Dean
In times of increased demand your business may experience issues with resource, delivery and order fulfilment. The run-up to Christmas is one of the busiest periods for many retailers. Some companies, including Tesco, John Lewis and Argos, employed additional staff last year to help them get ...
This entry was posted on 19th June 2018 by Edyta Dean
Take a look at your packaging. Is it a good fit for the products you ship? You might be making more journeys than you need because of heavy, overfilled parcels. These take up excess space in your delivery vehicles and increase your fuel costs. Equally, weak packages won’t provide adequate ...
This entry was posted on 12th June 2018 by Caroline
It’s a big task putting your packaging out to tender, it takes a lot of preparation to identify current suppliers, products, specs and pricing. Cost savings on packaging are typically reviewed in isolation – suppliers bid on “like for like” products based on current usage. This can ...
This entry was posted on 29th May 2018 by Edyta Dean
The speed and efficiency of your packaging operation can determine how fast you are able to dispatch products to your customers. This is especially important in times of increased demand, as additional work volume can put a strain on both your resources and capabilities if you don’t plan or ...
This entry was posted on 15th May 2018 by Caroline
UK manufacturing is thriving. We’re currently the world’s eighth largest industrial nation making up 11% of the UK GVA, 44% of total UK exports, 70% of business R&D, and directly employing 2.6 million people. If current growth trends continue, the UK will break into the top five largest ...
This entry was posted on 8th May 2018 by Caroline
Parcel delivery company DPD has recently announced its plan to hire an additional 700 part-time, weekend drivers due to the growing demand for next-day deliveries. The company also confirmed the opening of an additional 100 warehouse jobs in their regional depot network to support the new ...
This entry was posted on 1st May 2018 by Caroline
Machine stretch wrap can be a great place to start if you’re looking to make significant cost savings or reduce waste packaging figures. Technological advancements in performance stretch films deliver great performance from low micron stretch – this means that you can wrap a pallet using ...
This entry was posted on 17th April 2018 by Caroline
If you are in the Automotive, Aerospace, Engineering or Electronics industry the chances are you have to store replacement parts – sometimes up to 15 years or longer. As many of the required parts are liable to corrode their storage can be process heavy – with lots of steps to ensure ...
This entry was posted on 10th April 2018 by Edyta Dean
Virtual reality is widely used in the entertainment industry, including gaming and 3D cinema experience, but did you know similar technology can also be applied to improve your packaging processes? We have recently introduced a “Mixed Reality” experience at our Innovation Lab in Milton ...

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