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Kingsmoor is one of the UK’s

over 170international suppliers and bespoke and off uy

leading thermofoformed packaging specialists. Based in Somerset, the company has been designing and manufafacturing award-winning ff--the-shelf plastic

packaging fofor the fofood industry since 1990.With full BRC/IOP accreditation, the companymaintains a

consistently high level of service. Manufacturing fofood grade

and pharma and thu T, Royston Labels’s 30 years of industry expertise and label

manufafacturing capabilitiesmean that frombrief to delivery, it provides high quality service at every stage of the label production process.


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A key aspect of the Qualvis Packaging stand this year w

ill be the Print &

promotion of its in-house design capability with the launch of its innovation studio.With substantial investment in new proofing,

softftware, and additional personnel, the company’s innovation studio comprises a creative team

producing an award-winning array of high-end print and packaging products fofor the fofood, cosmetic, multimedia, horticulture and DIY/

Y/householdmarkets. At the exhibition the company

will be fofocusing on its interaction with brands and showing how structure,materials and finishing effe

ffects can be used to create

packages whilstmaintaining brand identity to help the client grow their market share.

Some of Qualvis’s customers

includeMarks & Spencer,Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Dorset Cereals, Clipper Te

orging lasting partners concentrate on service, manufafacturing excellence .


Teas,Maldon Salt and John Frieda, amongst other leading brands. Qualvis works in tandemwith its customers to promote projects and create added-value by providing consistent print and design innovation and re-engineered product solutions that provide cost savings. The company specialises in ffo

quality and hips that


AT award

in the cosmetics category fofor its Eco Soapia label, Royston Labels will be at this year’s London sh highlight its range of fit

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packaging that delivers on-shelf standout and a premiumand

impactful experience fofor consumers. By adding value and

communicating product identity, Royston’s labels bring its clients ’ packaging designs to liffe brands to stand out fromthe competition and build positive connections with consumers. The company specialises in supplying to multiple industries, including

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Plasfilms will be exhibiting for the first time at this year’s Packaging n London aftfter

fo t the Birmingham

edition in recent years. An expanded sales teamat the company follows an increase in orders in 2015, together with an expanding portfofolio of packaging films and increased demand.

Representatives will be on hand to discuss Plasfilms’s complete range of packaging films including APET and rPET fofor thermofoforming applications, BOPP, PET,

shrink films, rigid fil P,

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also be demonstrating the latest innovations in bag and pouch closure systems.

Its distribution covers the entire value chain with an advanced logisticsmodel encompassing procurement, storage and delivery. And with direct access to UK stock, the company provides a complete solution that is bespoke t o

individual customer requirements and is able tomeet just-in-time demands. This service is further enhanced by its temperature- controlled warehousing facilities.




Returning exhibitors to Packaging Innovations London, Kingsmoor Packaging will be showcasing its creative‘Food to Go’products fofor snacks such as sushi, tapas and olives. The company was recently awarded‘Supplier of the Ye


packaging solutions in APET, PP HIPS and RPET,

P,, T, Kingsmoor boasts in-

house tooling and design, operating in tandemwith its state-of-f-the-art modern production fafacilities.

Zünd Plotting Systems (UK) will be exhibiting at the show this year. It will be demonstrating its S3M1200, with its size an tailored fofor qui

ck and easy sample- d specifications

making and short runs. All Zünd cutting equipment is

modular to enable customisation to each user’s unique requirements and resources, both upon installation and retroactively.

be compact, fafast and safe fo applications, with synchronised tooling and adaptable production workflow. Its robust buildmakes it a hi-spec workhorse in packaging businesses across the world.

The S3 (above) is also designed to fe formyriad

Packaging Innovations and Luxur y Packaging London 2016will also see Arden Softftware guest on the Zünd UK stand,where the teamwill demonstrate its softftware products and howthey integrate seamlessly with Zünd’s cuttingmachines. “We’re delighted to collaborate with Arden Softftware at Packaging Innovations thi Giddings, sales

director,r, Zünd Plotting s year,”says Peter

Year’by its

customer, Adelie Foods. Alongside the products the company will have on show, Kingsmoor will also provide insights onmulti-tiered

Systems (UK). “The showspans a hugemarketwhich is ideal fofor us as our equipment is designed towork with an extremely diverse variety of businesses and applications.We welcome any questions visitorsmay have onwhat elsewe can do.”

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