Invopak is delighted to announce its latest Distribution Agreement – a partnership with Warsaw based Plast Service Pack (PSP) estimated to be worth over €1.5 million a year.
PSP was founded in 1992 by current owner Konrad Rumiński and currently employs 250 people, producing more than 17.5 million units a year.
The family-owned company has built a reputation for delivering a wide range of bespoke IML products to tight deadlines at extremely competitive prices.
PSP’s products are predominantly used for packaging foods and chemical products and ensure product security with a protective collar lid fit system.
Invopak Sales Director, Scott Sandilands, says “PSP’s ability to offer short print runs makes it perfect for our customers looking for smaller quantities.
“Invopak will be stocking rectangular, square and round buckets with a variety of lid options compatible with tinting machines, automated filling lines or for manual fitting.”
Invopak is PSP’s sole UK distributor and the current contract will equate to approximately 5 per cent of PSP’s total monthly sales. PSP believes its partnership with Invopak will lead to significant growth in the UK market.
Commercial Director, Kasia Ruminska, says, “PSP is really excited to be chosen as an Invopak supplier – the partnership opens up a significant opportunity for PSP to increase its presence in the UK and we have developed some new product specifically for the UK market.”
Testimony to PSP’s commitment to the UK is the fact that it is currently working towards HACCP accreditation specifically designed to instil confidence with UK customers.
Scott Sandilands continues, “Invopak is constantly striving to ensure we offer the largest choice of products to our clients.
“The introduction of PSP buckets and tubs will strengthen Invopak’s offering and complements our existing range of plastic and polypropylene packaging.”
The new PSP product range, complete with specification sheets, can be viewed and downloaded by visiting www.invopak.co.uk.
For more information call 0161 366 4451.
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