End of line line packaging case studies
Advent Colour, a digital lithographic printer based in Hampshire, had manually packed and labelled boxes for many years. A free on site-consultation with Loveshaw and subsequent on-site demonstration changed all that.
Advent Colour's scepticism about Loveshaw's ability to automate a process that had been performed by hand for years gave way to delight as the installation of three Little David case sealers. Learn more.
Rutpen Limited, a chemical manufacturing company based in Lambourn, Berkshire, had won a new contract which required the application of a variety of hazard warning labels to cases, something that had previously done by hand. A discussion with Loveshaw at a trade exhibition heralded a new era of automation.
Rutpen set Loveshaw the challenge of meeting some very specific requirements. The hazard warning labels required by their new customer varied considerably in size and complexity. Learn more.
Hotel Chocolat, a multi-channel retailer of delivered and hand-presented chocolate gifts based in Royston, were looking at ways of improving efficiency and productivity as the popularity of their products increased.
Hotel Chocolat presented Loveshaw with the challenge of delivering greater productivity on a budget while remaining flexible enough to respond to the different demands of their range of customers. Learn more.
Leeds based Masport UK, a family company involved in the Pizza business for over 20 years, wanted to improve its end-of-line packaging and dispatch process. Masport's internet search brought the challenge to Loveshaw.
The free on-site consultation carried out by Loveshaw's area manager revealed a number of requirements. As much automation as possible in the space provided, and the need for traceability on the outer boxes. Learn more.
When one of the UK's leading specialist contract packers to the food industry, Kapak, experienced an increase in demand, they turned to Loveshaw to help.