We save you money on packaging
We also offer special packaging technology that can help you save on personnel costs. We always view packaging as part of a logistics mechanism that should be highly sophisticated in order for costs to be as low as possible.
Total cost optimisation
Additional packaging costs account for up to 80% of total packaging costs. We will uncover hidden costs that are unnecessarily incurred during packaging and recommend a more efficient solution. Significant savings can be achieved by adapting packaging to all the requirements it must meet during transport.
Do you pack several similar products or components?
We will design a single packaging solution that you can use for several different types of products.
Will your sensitive product be unpacked by untrained staff?
We will equip the packaging with handling symbols so that there are no doubts about how to go about it.
Spending too much on shipping empty packages?
We will design a packaging solution that can be transported in a flat state.
Packaging process automation
The degree of automation is up to you. It can mean, for example, the use of a packaging set that is stored in a flat position, the use of machines for the production of filling material, or the direct integration of packaging machines into the production line, which means the gluing and folding of boxes will be completely automated.
The typical, pre-assembled packaging solutions that we often supply to our customers include pre-assembled fixation grids, which only need to be placed in the box and the products are ready to be inserted. There is also great interest in pre-assembled boxes, which we supply in a flat state together with all other necessary parts of the set, such as foils, liners and fixings.
Packaging for several different types of products
Real life examples
Cardboard spools for winding netting. Saving transport costs is a priority. The well-known Czech manufacturer JUTA winds netting partitions into big-bags on cardboard spools. JUTA needs them to be adapted so that they are delivered and stored in a flat state to save storage space. The assembly of the spool is to take place at the packaging workplace, so it must be very simple and fast.
The contracting authority’s request was to simplify the packaging process as much as possible and save operators’ work and warehouse space. Packing of control rods for the automotive industry required a large number of sub-tasks and significantly burdened the production workers. The large number of individual packaging components posed another complication.