The outside curl is a product we first developed for the inks industry and was designed and made at our own manufacturing facility, which it still is to this day. Our outside curl allows all the product to be removed from its tin packaging, with almost 0% waste.
The lid fit is very tight, and whilst offering fantastic extension to product life, it must be removed with a tool such as a pallet knife or screwdriver.
We are proud to offer 100% supply from UK & EU manufacturing sites, without compromise on ethical practices, employee rights & safety laws that exist in some emerging markets such as China & India. This also gives our containers a low carbon footprint.
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Registered address & trading address: 20 Verney Road, London. SE16 3DY.
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