OK, we’re not buying you lunch, but what about a free survey of your transit packaging usage and systems to identify those operational savings?
Our Lean Integrated Packaging Survey will identify obsolete or outdated practices, assess how the latest industry developments can help you reduce costs and, where applicable, we will help you to bring in new technologies to save you time and expense.
Our highly trained consultants will perform an on-site review of all your packaging processes, materials and equipment. An external view is often what you need to uncover where you could do better.
We’re brave and pragmatic and what worked well 10 years ago may have been superseded by new methods. Not every innovation may be right for your particular business but we will advise, based on what is appropriate and best for you in the short, medium and longer terms.
Working hand in glove with you, the LIPS process identifies possible improvements in reducing downtime, improving the financial and environmental impact of your packaging process, and reducing wastage of packaging materials without compromising the condition of your product when it reaches your customer.
The savings we identify aren’t smoke and mirrors or empty promises. We’ll work with you on implementing a trial of our products and show you how to realise the savings and downtime reductions we identified. And when we’ve undertaken a trial and proved our case we’ll keep our eye on the packaging market to continually bring you new innovations from which we can both benefit.
Get in touch to find out more about how we might undertake a free, no obligation LIPS survey for you and identify where you can find increased operational profitability.
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...