Birmingham, West Midlands -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/17/2013 -- Timber pallets provider, Nicklin Transit Packaging are looking forward to continued growth over the coming autumn months following a bumper summer, which included the acquisition of a new factory unit. Nicklin have recently invested in a 14,000 sq ft factory unit to cope with the increasing demand for wooden pallets and packaging products caused by an amplified surge in demand for goods overall, together with signs that the economy is recovering.
The Birmingham-based company provides bespoke transit packaging such as corrugated cases, timber crates and recycled pallets for use in transport and logistics. In addition to the acquisition of new factory premises, the business has also invested £200,000 in new machinery to further corrugated product facilities at the new building.
With record trade over the summer months – the company saw above budget sales for July and August – Nicklin are now looking forward to continued autumn growth, with enhanced services currently being offered thanks to investment in the new facilities. The company has spent time and money developing a flexible service that caters for the bespoke needs of businesses that require packaging for transportation purposes. Their principal products include two-way and four-way wooden pallets, ISPM15 compliant timber pallets for exports and corrugated cases to accommodate bespoke dimensions.
With 100 years’ experience in the timber packaging industry, Nicklin are well placed to assess and react to changes in the marketplace, demonstrated by their recent investment in new infrastructure improvements to supply a broader collection of products such as packaging consumables which will enhance their overall service.
Anyone wanting to find out more information about the timber packaging products on offer can visit the Nicklin website nicklin.com.
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