Mailbox Products - Sectors
Many businesses focus on the design and production of their products, but establishing an efficient logistics and supply chain management system is equally important if a business is to succeed.
Bringing product in and moving it out
The more efficiently raw materials can be purchased, transported, and stored until used, the more profitable the business will be. Coordinating resources to allow for timely delivery and use of materials can make a huge difference to a company’s success.
On the customer side, if products are not produced and shipped efficiently, customer satisfaction can decline, impacting negatively on a company’s reputation, profitability and long-term viability – in other words, making a wonderful product is not going to get you far if it does not reach the customer when promised, or if it arrives damaged.
For use across the sectors
Mailbox produces a wide range of logistics solutions for use across the sectors. Our returnable transit packaging (RTP) ranges include Ultranest crates, attached lid containers (ALCs), intermediate bulk containers (IBCs), pallets boxes and pallets.
Our high quality, robust products ensure that any item you hold is kept safe and secure until needed, then delivered to your customer in the optimum condition. Our cost-effective RTP systems also minimise waste to support environmentally friendly procedures.
All items are available in a wide range of standard colours, with fabrication and personalisation options to suit customer needs. We can offer helpful advice on standard products from all our ranges. If required, our experienced in-house designers can support customers in the design and development of bespoke solutions, with all work undertaken at our UK factory.
Mailbox Products Customer Audit
We can help with important compliance support
We give you the materials handling solutions you need to develop the VCS system that works best for your company. Our containers help you to sort, store and segregate product safely, using colour to denote what goes where.
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