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Direct UK becomes official agent of Fyne Packaging

Preston, UK-based machinery manufacturer and supplier, Direct UK has become an official agent of Fyne Packaging.

The agreement means that Diecut UK has the exclusive rights to sell Fyne Packing Box Making Equipment globally and has once again expanded their catalogue of industrial machinery.

Fyne Packaging have been making short run box making machinery for 25 years, supplying companies throughout the world with their cost effective, short run equipment.

The box making machines come in two forms; the Harrier double pass box maker and the Vulcan single pass box maker. The Harrier can produce virtually any size box from all grades of single wall cardboard and up to 300 300 B/C, while also running up to 600 boxes per hour.

The Vulcan can produce any box from all grades of single wall cardboard and up to 400 400A/A, 1m wide and 2.1m deep.

The Hawk slitter/creaser has a variable speed drive to facilitate ease of operation and can be fitted with a motorised back guide. This machine is used for the preparation of corrugated sheets of any size and material. Set up time is just 5 seconds with a max cut of 1300.

David McLafferty, Managing Director at Fyne Packaging said: “Why spend a fortune on box and carton solutions. We believe that we have the perfect alternative and by keeping the machinery simple and easy to maintain you don’t need a specialist operator to keep it running”

“We believe Diecut UK are the perfect partners and we look forward to working with them to expand our sale coverage throughout the world.”

Multi nationals like Next, Saica and J D Williams are already benefiting from the simple yet very reliable equipment for in house use. With small independent companies also enjoying 85 to 90% gross margins on making bespoke boxes.

Diecut UK and Fyne Packaging both have representatives present at the CCE International Corrugated & Carton Exhibition in Munich, Germany.