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January 07
15:05 2013

Invopak was established in 1984 and is now the largest packaging supplier in the UK, offering a vast product range including plastic, tinplate, aluminium, steel and PET containers, UN cartons and closures and accessories.

Invopak has exhibited at easyFairs® Packaging & Print Portfolio shows for many years and values the opportunity the shows provide for meeting existing and potential customers face to face. Invopak has recently sourced a number of new suppliers, both from the UK and Europe, and will be using the 2013 show to introduce customers to its new products.

Commercial Director, Paul Littlehales, says, “Invopak is continually looking at ways we can improve our customers’ experience – by meeting them face to face at shows like Packaging Innovations, we can speak to them directly about the issues they’re facing and adapt our business accordingly.”

A distribution agreement with Polish company, Cheko, means Invopak will be at the forefront of supplying environmentally friendly plastic containers – Cheko claims to be the first manufacturer to produce oxy-biodegradable plastic containers that are 100% eco-friendly. Thanks to the special addition of the modifying agent d2w® to polypropylene, Cheko’s containers decompose into water, carbon dioxide, biomass and trace elements in just a few years, instead of clogging up landfill sites for years on end.

A distribution agreement with another Polish company, family-owned Plast Service Pack (PSP), will ensure Invopak can meet demand for shorter runs of IML products. PSP has built a reputation for delivering a wide range of bespoke IML products to tight deadlines at extremely competitive prices.  PSP’s products are predominantly used for packaging foods and chemical products and ensure product security with a protective collar lid fit system.

Invopak Sales Director, Scott Sandilands, says “PSP’s ability to offer short print runs makes it perfect for our customers looking for smaller quantities. Invopak will be stocking rectangular, square and round buckets with a variety of lid options compatible with tinting machines, automated filling lines or for manual fitting.”

Invopak’s extensive product range is supported by an innovative company ethos that puts customer service at its core. Testimony to this is the recent launch of a dedicated customer log-in portal on the website where customers can place orders 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Invopak services the whole of the UK from its four distribution centres and its commitment to customer service continually drives improvement and ensures customers receive a quality service, as well as the best products, every time.

Find out more by visiting www.invopak.co.uk

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