UK’s Widest Fanfold Corrugated Hits 2.5 Meters As Encase Doubles Fanfold Machine Numbers Wednesday 14 November 2007 PDF Print For despatch departments battling with large and irregular shaped products, wider fanfold and more supplier choice is excellent news. Fanfold corrugated board offers huge savings in space, inventory, manpower and almost no waste so it is an ideal solution for many businesses. Fanfold corrugated packaging is easier to handle than long or large unfolded sheets and ideal for products of unusual lengths and shapes. Fanfold is widely used by bespoke kitchen makers and manufacturers of steel radiators, windows, doorframes and blinds and many similar shaped products. All can now benefit from the advantages of fanfold corrugated board for packaging even larger products. With an existing 1.8m wide fanfold production in Leeds, Encase has just installed a second, new 2.5m wide fanfold capability in Banbury. Only Encase has fanfold at two UK sites which are supported by specialists and a nationwide customer support team. The company-wide computer database supports both operations which uniquely gives customers the security of contingency and two-site back up as well as the Encase capacity to run the same job in parallel on two sites. Also unique to Encase is the brand new EcoWall range of boards. EcoWall now increases the fanfold range to include seven different flute combinations. The range varies from very thin, single wall E, C, and B flutes through to heavy-duty BB, BC, EB and EC flutes. All Encase fanfold is up to 2.5m wide, creased from 1m to 1.5m, palletised in lengths of 3-500m and supplied plain or with pre-printed repeated designs. More: www.encase.co.uk Ends 265 words Image: Encase Fanfold IMG_5948a.jpg Caption: Encase fanfold gives despatch departments battling with large and irregular shaped products huge savings in space, inventory, manpower and almost no waste - an ideal solution for many businesses. Encase contact details: Website: www.encase.co.uk E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org UK Sites at: Banbury, East Kilbride and Leeds. Banbury site address: Encase, Beaumont Road, Banbury OX16 1RE Encase Contact: Mike Hartley, Marketing & Development Manager Tel: 01132 505616 Encase Editor’s notes ===================== · Encase has been trading in the UK since 1969. · Encase, operates from Banbury, Leeds and East Kilbride with 300 employees. · Parent company is Canadian Overseas Packaging Industries (COPI) registered in New Brunswick. In addition to its UK operations, the group also has packaging plants in Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad where it trades as Caribbean Packaging Industries Ltd www.caribpack.com In Kenya, East Africa Packaging Industries Ltd www.eapi.co.ke has factories in Nairobi and Mombasa. · In the UK market Encase benefits from the COPI group’s considerable financial resources and global experience in the corrugated board marketplace. · Independent Encase and all COPI businesses are independent of paper mills and paper manufacturing and have well developed relationships with paper suppliers globally. · Quality control. Encase Corrugated is accredited to ISO 9001 2000. The company also holds BRC/IOP Global Standard – Food Packaging and Other Packaging Materials (Issue 2) for the manufacture of corrugated packaging. Encase is committed to promoting and exceeding these standards - so its customers can avoid their customers being put at risk. · Encase and the Environment. Corrugated board is recognised as an environmentally-friendly product, fully biodegradable and fully recyclable, up to six times! Encase also uses biodegradable inks for decorative printing and graphics. The board is manufactured from at least 70 percent virgin fibre pulp (produced under FSC certification) which consists of forest thinnings and waste from sawmills. The remaining 30 percent of the raw pulp material is from recycled fibre. Encase corrugated manufacturing plants are totally CFC free and manufacture to the latest ISO environmental standards. To minimise its carbon footprint, Encase regularly has energy reviews at all facilities and Encase is working to optimise delivery systems so customers still get what they want, when they want it but without unnecessary environmental impact. The new substrates Encase produces are thinner in calliper and have logistical and storage benefits – reducing vehicle movements and thereby carbon dioxide emissions. Encase - Leaving a lighter footprint on the world. Editor’s Notes - End Prepared for Encase by Mike Heath at Media & Marketing Services, Tl: +44 (0)1926 864834, Mb: +44 (0)7831 198889 This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Media & Marketing Services in the following categories: Business & Finance, Medical & Pharmaceutical, Manufacturing, Engineering & Energy, Transport & Logistics, Construction & Property, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.