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Kite Packaging Triumph At Empack 2016

By Jake Kirk • Friday 04th March 2016

For Immediate Release

Kite Packaging Triumph At Empack 2016

Kite Packaging Attended Empack 2016 on 24 & 25 February And Attracted A Huge Footfall Of Visitors To Their Stand

Kite Packaging, the UK’s leading packaging distributor triumphed at this year’s Empack exhibition which took place on 24 & 25 February 2016.

Attending one of the biggest industry events of the year again proved a huge success for Kite Packaging and Partners Audion. Occupying a huge 104 Sq. metre space, Kite had a busy two days at the exhibition with a huge footfall of visitors to the stand who were all keen to look at the innovative products. Kite showcased some show stopping products, proving to be hugely popular with the shows visitors.

Gavin Ashe, Managing Partner at Kite Packaging, said: “It is such a great event. We have had a huge footfall of visitors to our stand, who were all keen to look at our new and innovative products. What a fantastic two days!”

Kite saw its new Auto Airshock Machine earn its place in the innovation showcase. Never before seen in the UK this innovative machine significantly reduces labour and increases the amount of Airshock inflated.

Standing tall was Kites SpeedMan Max, this extremely rapid void filling system for users of larger quantities certainly got the crowd’s attention with speeds that make it one of the fastest paper filling systems in the world.

Another show-stopping product attracting strong crowds was the PaperJet. At 7 metres long when incorporated with two of Kites hopper baskets, the rapid packaging system produces robust paper cushion, feeding a number of packing stations at any one time.

Kites 5x5 system was another popular product with visitors, demonstrating the efficiency that can be had when hand wrapping.

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Jake Kirk

Jake Kirk

04th March • 2016