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Regional Distribution Centre contact details
Situated just off the A1 and directly north of Central London, Kite’s Letchworth site is ideally suited to serve South East England north of the river Thames (south of the river being served by it’s sister operation at Sittingbourne) and at 24,000 sq ft and with 10m eaves it has a significant increase in capacity from it’s previous site in Harlow. As well as ISO 9001 & 14001 Letchworth operates towards BRC and plans for certification in Q2.
Currently our Letchworth Regional Distribution Centre 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 email@example.com
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 Kite'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.
From the A1 follow Letchworth Gate until you reach the A505 / B656 roundabout, at which you turn right onto the B656 towards the Leisure Centre & Industrial areas, at the first roundabout turn left down Avenue One and we are 0.5 mile down on the left hand side
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History & ethos
Founded from scratch in 2001 with a unique vision - to be the premier packaging suppliers in the UK with a philosophy of employee-ownership.
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.