Keeping costs to a minimum…Buying your pack for a cheaper price isn’t always the most cost effective answer. With your help we aim to look at your packaging from a completely different perspective. Below are some recent examples of how we’ve been able to save our clients money.

    • A redesign of a die-cut pack saved over 30% in packing time, increasing their daily production output
    • A reconfiguration of product loading (from 6 x 6 to 4 x 9) increased pallet utilisation and reduced transport costs by 26%
    • A small design change reduced damage in transit from 20% to under 3%
    • A redesign of promotional packaging for a major UK supermarket produced savings of over £500,000

 

materials Material
Typically changing from a white material to brown will have cost savings, or dependent on the use of the box we may be able to suggest a more cost effective material.
quantity Quantities
We’ve found that sometimes increasing the quantity for instance from 2000 to 2100 may take you to the next material price bracket and can make a significant difference.
design Style/Design
The style of your packaging can have an effect on the cost, sometimes by switching to another design we are able to save on material costs, in our manufacturing process or in your packing time.
size Size
Is your box giving you the maximum possible pallet utilisation, thereby saving you transport costs.
colours Print
With the advances in the flexographic and lithographic print technologies now may be a good time to re-evaluate your print. Switching from screen and in some cases litho to direct flexo printing will show a substantial saving. We are now able to litho print direct onto fluted material eliminating the laminating process, thus reducing costs.