Multi-Use Die Cut Carton
This case study features one of our existing customers – a leading manufacturer of pressure relief safety systems in the UK. It’s essential that the fragile pressure discs our customer produces reach their destination in pristine condition, in the most ergonomic packaging available.
A change in packing staff and the shipping methods prompted the colleagues at this leading UK pressure relief safety system manufacturer to conduct a packaging review. The packaging review aimed to save money, rationalise materials and make the packaging process more efficient.
The packaging review identified:
Some packs used up to 13 layer pads at any one time, which often had to be cut to size or amended using band saws to fit the various dimensions of the pressure release disks. This meant packing wasn’t efficient as possible.
Previous pack used up to 13 layer pads
Our customer’s UK head office suggested using Korrvu packs. Whilst searching for Korrvu, colleagues at the manufacturer’s Midlands site came across Network Packaging and our relationship began.
Network Packaging initially supplied Korrvu packs, however it became apparent to our customer that these still weren’t fit for purpose and an even more efficient and cost effective solution was required.
Having listened to and understood the issues our customer were experiencing, Network Packaging developed a range of multi-use die cut cartons, which allowed our client to pack their entire range of pressure release disks.
The range included only three cartons, meaning the manufacturer was able to completely rationalise all packaging materials.