Wilkinson Containers and William Say will be exhibiting at Packaging Innovations 2018 at Olympia London, 12th – 13th September. Delegates can visit the team on stand C.
On-stand William Say will be exhibiting its specialist debossed can end which highlights the metal recycles forever logo and is marked with the message ‘manufactured in London with solar energy.’
The William Say factory, the last independent, family-owned can manufacturing line in London, has its own solar farm and uses the energy it produces to create a range of metal packaging.
The debossed end offers retailers, brand owners, and packaging professionals the ability to showcase their packaging’s sustainable credentials and will shortly be featured on tins for Claridge’s and Fortnum and Masons.
Similarly, the team from P. Wilkinson Containers and William Say will be on hand to talk about its full suite of packaging services including labeling and printing; managing packaging stocks; and packing and filling.
Recently, P. Wilkinson Containers produced a limited-edition Bill’s Christmas Gift, especially for the restaurant’s staff. The team sourced a bespoke tin for the one-of-a-kind Christmas hamper which included hot sauce, biscuits, orange marmalade, lemon curd, and a Bill’s Christmas bauble.
The company also sourced decorative inner-stuffing and printed labels with a satin touch. Each tin was hand labeled and packed by the Wilkinson’s team ready to be received by Bill’s staff in time for Christmas.
Lastly, the stand will also showcase P. Wilkinson Container and William Say’s packaging for a set of luxury tea tins for Selfridges which has been shortlisted for Metal Pack of the Year at the UK Packaging Awards which are held in October later this year.
Delegates can visit Scott Wilkins, Sales Manager, on stand C or email email@example.com with any packaging queries.
P. Wilkinson Containers Ltd. Company No. 594284
Registered address & trading address: 20 Verney Road, London. SE16 3DY.
VAT No. GB 243 5343 77
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