Different solutions for a wide range of clients

No matter what industry, what products, or how complicated your requirement, you will find we have endless packaging solutions, bespoke or off the shelf. Below is just a small selection of the range of boxes we have produced for our clients. Please take a minute to browse and feel free to contact us to see what we can do for your product.


Farrow & Ball

Delivering an element of prestige, the packaging for Farrow & Ball is tailor-made – created with end caps to protect their high-end range of products inside. The packaging is also completely reusable.



Along with a high quality colour print finish, the boxes for GroCycle are made of tough grade cardboard to withstand transit, are user friendly, and the material environmentally friendly.

WP john-anthony

John Anthony

Our John Anthony mail order boxes are made of robust corrugated cardboard that are easy to stack & ship. They are coated to give a premium look, representing the premium product inside.

WP pure-power-pack


This protective, shelf-ready packaging is easy to assemble, pack with products and ship. We use flexo print and coated board, resulting in a high-quality impactful product.



In order to appeal to a natural & organic customer base, environmentally friendly flood-coated ink has been printed onto sustainable corrugated cardboard for a simplistic looking, professional finish.



A brand proud to showcase their produce, the packaging for Godminster contains large acetate windows, making the products visible, whilst ensuring they are well protected and tamper proof.



Our Vado boxes are designed to be strong and robust in order to hold bathroom products and accessories of all shapes and sizes that are of superior quality.



Bespoke solutions to hold bottles of varying sizes in place. Custom polyurethane foam inserts are used to fill voids and protect products during transit.



Bespoke cardboard or foam solutions to hold technical components in place within the box for damage limitation during shipping.