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Branch Contact Details
Kite’s team covering the London & South East, is based on the Western side of Harlow in one of the main industrial areas. It’s modern, high bay warehouse, giving ample storage space, which together with our own truck fleet, allows us access to Basildon, Cambridge, North London and the M1 corridor all within 1 hours drive.
Overseen by Managing Partner Paul Mustard, the site has a particular focus on the food manufacturing sector, and is run in line with the relevant requirements.
Currently our Harlow branch is not actively looking for new partners. However, if you are interested in working for Kite in either an internal or external sales role please email your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
A manufacturer of ice cream making machines was recommended to contact Kite South East by an existing customer, to pack what had until that point been a problematic project. The existing, all corrugated packs they had prototyped, had failed various drop tests and the world wide launch date was looming.
To solve the problem the business was facing, one of Harlow’s packaging technologists took over the project and produced a design in less than two weeks, which combined corrugated and EPS, passed the relevant ISTA certifications and enabled the launch to proceed without delay.
Just north of London and situated outside Harlow’s city centre, the Kite Packaging Harlow branch has brilliant transport links – close to the M11 and surrounding South East region. Please refer to the map to the left for a visual guide.
Get on N Circular Rd/A406 from A3211, A1203, A1261 and A13 and follow N Circular Rd/A406 and M11 to Essex. Take exit 7 from M11 and at the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A414. Following signs for the Water Gardens, take the A1025 / Second Avenue and then the A1169 / Third Avenue which then turns into Elizabeth Way. Take the first right onto Coldharbour Road and follow it onto Lovet Road.
Take Whitefriars and St. Crispins Rd/A147 to St. Stephens Rd/A11 and continue to Thetford. Exit the roundabout onto London Rd/A11 and continue to follow London Rd. Continue on A11, take the A14, A11 and M11 to Second Ave/A1025 in Harlow. Take the A1169 / Third Avenue which then turns into Elizabeth Way. Take the first right onto Coldharbour Road and follow it onto Lovet Road.
Drive along Victoria Rd S/A1099, Parkway/A1060 and New London Rd, then take the A414 to Second Ave/A1025 in Harlow. Take the A1169 / Third Avenue which then turns into Elizabeth Way. Take the first right onto Coldharbour Road and follow it onto Lovet Road.
Get on M25 from Ripley Rd, Hungry Hill Ln, Guileshill Ln, Ockham Rd N/B2039 and A3. Follow M25 to Waltham Cross and at Junction 25 take the A10 exit to London(N&C)/Enfield/Hertford. Take A121 and continue on to B194, going through 2 roundabouts onto Waltham Rd. Take the 2nd exit onto Nazeing Common and continue onto Common Road, Epping Road/B181 and 3rd exit at the rouandabout to Wanter Lane/B1133. Take the first exit onto Katherine’s Way/A1169 and then at the next roundabout take the 4th exit onto Elizabeth Way/A1169. Turn right onto Coldharbour Road and continue onto Lovet Road.
From A603, take the 1st exit onto Trumpington Rd and at the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto The Fen Causeway/A1134. Take the 1st exit onto Newnham Rd/A603 and continue to follow A603. Merge onto M11 via the ramp to London, at junction 7, take the A414 exit to Chelmsford/Harlow. At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto A414 and then 1st exit on the roundabout to Second Ave/A1025 in Harlow. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Haydens Rd, then 1st exit onto Fourth Ave. Turn left onto Coldharbour Rd and next left onto Lovet Road.
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Bespoke products and services are available to customers requiring large quantities and spending over £30,000 a year or £3,000 an order on packaging.