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Revolutionising Box & Tray Packaging

October 09
11:46 2011

 

The InHouse Box Company introduces the revolutionary inHousePacTM Box and Tray Maker, that empowers manufacturers and producers to supply and control their own packaging supplies whilst enjoying savings of up to 50% of your current packaging costs.


Using unique and revolutionary technology, this enables manufacturers and producers for the first

time, to cost efficiently vertically integrate their packaging supplies without having to rely on traditional corrugated suppliers.
Features & benefits of the inHousePacTM Box & Tray Maker include:

 

  • Increased profit margins
  • Fully automated
  • Short and long run capabilities
  • Free up redundant floor space.
  • Quick set up – produce most standard box and tray styles.
  • Equipped to host a variety of post and pre-print methods.
  • Reduce bottlenecks and production delays.
  • Payback period as soon as a few months
  • Attractive green credentials – eliminating 3-4 haulage trips.

Compared to traditional corrugators that are over 100m in length and can cost in excess of £5 million, they are inappropriate for many manufacturers. The inHousePacTM dimensions are only 4.5m (length) by 1.5m (width) and can easily be seamlessly integrated into many businesses.


With ever increasing box prices over the past 18 months with no end in sight, the inHousePacTM Box & Tray Maker is the way forward in reducing and controlling your packaging costs

 

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www.inhousebox.com

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