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Quick Assembly Packaging

Packing products for shipping is one of the most time-consuming parts of any production line, and quick assembly packaging could be the solution you need.

From design to print, you can instantly reduce time with quick to assemble packaging from Saxon Packaging. Our crash lock packaging can help your business to cut down on packing times significantly, freeing up your teams’ time for more valuable activities.

Our quick assembly packaging is up and ready to go in a single action. They take up minimal storage space, and are extremely sturdy and strong for ultimate product protection. By simply folding out the base it will interlock automatically, leaving you with a reliable and sturdy box that’s ready to go. The whole process takes just seconds, and there is no need for additional tape or adhesives.

Made with 100% Full Forestry Chain of Custody recyclable materials, not only will this packaging solution cut back on packing time, wasted material, and unnecessary effort, but it will also help your business meet its sustainability goals and support green initiatives. Plus, with our certified Chain of Custody packaging materials, you can guarantee that you will be part of a packaging supply chain that’s verifiably sustainable.

With our quick assembly packaging, you can save on labour costs and speed up your entire process. Save time, space and money and choose packaging that’s kinder to the planet with our Quick Assembly Packaging solutions.

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Quick Assembly Packaging
Packing products for shipping is one of the most time-consuming parts of any production line, and quick assembly packaging could be the solution you need.
  • Standard designs & bespoke packaging solutions available
  • Single-walled or double-walled corrugated material
  • Standard finishes include KRAFT (brown), white, LT (recycled paper) and TEST (recycled inner liner). White papers can be coated to provide with superior substrate for greater print quality
  • Print options include litho (up to 8 colours), digital (CMYK), flexo (up to 5 colours) and silk-screen (typically 2-3 colours)
  • Decorative finishes include matt, gloss, soft touch, glitter, pearlescent, soft touch glow-in-the-dark, fragrance burst, textured, rough and silk varnishes & foil blocking
  • Flute profiles available are E, B, C, BC and EB
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Frequent Questions
Q. Do I need to order a minimum quantity?

A. We have the ability to produce ‘one-offs’ and low volumes if required, but we do have cost-effective minimum order quantities which are determined by the area of material used, material type, style of box and print requirement.

Q. Can you explain price per 1000?

A. If you have a price for 1000 boxes @ £550 / 1000, imagine it as a unit cost of 55p each. Likewise a quote for £700 /1000 equates at 70p each.

Q. What are cutting forme and stereo costs?

A. Cutting formes are used to cut the packaging into the correct shape. Stereos are used for flexo printed packaging. This enables the packaging to be printed bespoke to the client’s requirement. Both the ‘cutting forme’ and the ‘stereo’ belong to the customer.

Q. Do you hold stock of corrugated boxes, cases and cartons?

A. We do not hold stock but we do hold materials and cutting tools to provide a fast turnaround on some of the most frequently used packaging lines.

Q. Can you work with us to design a pack from scratch and bespoke to my needs?

A. Yes, we pride ourselves on working closely with our customers from consulting to design and through to the finished product. We have an in-house design team who are able to design packaging solutions specific to your requirements.

Q. How do I know which print option is right for my requirement?

A. It all depends on the artwork complexity, number of colours required and quantity of packaging. Our infographic guide to print processes will help steer your required option, but a member of our sales team will always discuss the various options with you to ensure the print option is the most economical and of the required quality.