You’ve tough targets to hit and the capital expenditure to get you operational makes expansion higher risk.
You spend some time with one of our lead consultants, for free, to understand what you’re trying to achieve.
We engage our international contact centre and localise all the messaging and support your want delivered.
The first impression your materials make can be a lasting one and can even set the tone for the event.
What we make for you has to travel, sometimes thousands of miles. More often than not when that humble box arrives, the first person to open it and see the contents is your instructor.
That’s why we take extra care over what on face value is a very inconsequential task. But in reality can be the difference between good and great.
We use exclusively double walled cardboard boxes. Over time we’ve found that anything else runs an unacceptable risk of damaging the materials.
We use a slightly more expensive tape because the glue adheres more reliably to the cardboard that naturally carries a little paper dust after its original manufacture. We run the tape fully around the box so the ends meet, again, this sticks better to the tape than to the card.
A box is chosen that more closely aligns to the size and weight of the materials. This is so that the materials don’t have too much room to shift inside during transit and to make certain they’re not too heavy,
The label is stuck on after the box is packed so it’s never accidentally obscured and always stuck on the side so they can be seen when they’re stacked.
We routinely cut boxes down so that the height exactly matches the stack of materials inside. This is the best way to stop any movement that could be damaging. ANY space left in the box is filled with air bags.
If you’d like to join one of our box packing master classes then get in touch on +44 (0) 1189 181500 or email@example.com.