BoxWay launches next stage of its strategic investment plan

BoxWay Packaging Group has confirmed the next stage of its investment plan to meet customer needs. Last year BoxWay reported significant investments into all three of its plants to develop and support both existing and potential new customers and to harness growth.

Further investments are now in the pipeline, which help address the growing demands from customers. These include:

  • To complement the investment last year in a Hanway digital printer and the significant upgrading of its speciality gluing capability, Exeter is installing a new Eterna flatbed die-cutter, supplied by M&K Trading, for increased capacity and a new Kongsberg C44 digital finishing table to allow for smaller production runs, higher efficiency and improved productivity;
  • Further to the investment announced last year in a new five colour Weipong rotary die-cutter and a new speciality gluer, Peterlee has installed a replacement Kongsberg sample cutting table further increasing the versatility of the product offering at the site;
  • The high quality printing capability at Telford will be further improved with refurbishment of its four colour Bobst flatbed die-cutter.

These new machines and enhancements are expected to all be fully operational by the autumn of 2022.

Andrew Woollard, CEO, BoxWay Packaging Group, commented, “We are delighted to announce the next stage of our investment plan, which builds nicely onto the first phase announced in September 2021. It further supports our customers by allowing us to respond even faster to their needs with our increased capacity, widening capability and innovative products.”

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