Through investigating your current product choice and set-up with our free Lean integrated Packaging Survey, we can suggest and specify protective products to ensure no pallet accident is compounded by damage to its contents. Our LIPS consultation ensures we can deliver the best cost-in-use too, choosing the optimum products to save you money on your packaging as well as saving you money in operator intervention and damaged goods.
We also have a range of general packaging, suitable for fulfilling on-line sales for instance. These transport your products safely and protect more than adequately, without a significant increase in waste or over-packaging.
Proven to be a superb protector-in-transit for many products with the additional benefit of adding little to the overall weight.
Take a look at our Bubble Wrap range.
Lindum Packaging offers a range of different sizes and colours of padded envelope. Whether you need to transport documents or small valuable items, we’ve a solution for each mailing challenge.
Take a look at our range of Padded Envelopes.
Ensure effective mailing by using bags designed for purpose. We have a range of mailing bags which meet the specifications of the Royal Mail and the major mailing houses.
Take a look at our range of Mailing Bags.
Excellent when transporting fragile products. Void fill provides protection and stops a product shifting in a carton with additional weight that is negligible.
Take a look at our Void Fill products.
Take a look at how we used protective packaging products in the case study below
Lindum were engaged to help Mackle reduce packaging waste, as requested by Sainsbury’s. In addition, we were asked to look at other areas of improvement including pallet configurations to improve stability and volume of product per pallet.
The pallet configurations could be improved allowing additional product on every pallet. 12 packs (144 tins) extra per pallet and on boxed product an extra 80 pots per pallet…
It may sound bizarre but our promise is to offer you less and less:
As a result of initial collaboration with Tesco, The British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) has sought to persuade any Retailers introducing a colour coding system, to use the following standard format...