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The most comprehensive and cost effective bag-in-box packages available!

17 June 2013

Based just outside the M4 corridor, and with cleaning and pooling facilities in the north and eastern regions, Arlington Packaging Limited have been supplying bag-in-box liquid transit systems to the food processing industry for over 25 years.

NO MINIMUM CONTRACT TERMS avoid the cycle of long unsuitable contracts and expanding fleets

BEST OF BREED PRODUCT RANGE including: one trip units, viscous products and aseptic filling units and liners


• Make effective decisions based on the actual cost of each journey

• Avoid unbudgeted compensation claims with proper asset visibility

• Find and understand the bottlenecks in the system and improve recycle times.

CONSULTANCY AND SUPPORT with 25 years of liquid foods handling experience we can advise on all aspects of the supply chain from product selection to systems implementation and process control.

The benefits of bulk bag-in-box liquids packing over all other systems within the food processing sector are well proven and, as technology has improved, so have the advantages and capabilities. As a company, we have always been committed to ensuring that the products and services we supply are the most efficient and cost effective available.

We have made significant investments into new technologies like the Air-Assist liner bag (right). This revolutionary patented design allows customers to store and transport viscous liquid products – achieving up to 99% yield. The steam-able valve liner system, allowing customers to fill and discharge product aseptically at a much lower cost than before; The One-Trip single use box and liner system (above), for use where returnable systems are either undesirable or cost prohibitive. The One-Trip has already clocked up millions of fault free trip miles.

Coupled to these advances we have seen enhancements to our service offerings. Partnership with an international logistics organization now means we can offer an international pooling capability, significantly reducing the cost of product export using returnable systems. One of the most exciting and significant developments is the Pandora tracking and management system. This software system, which is available both on and off-line enables the user to maximize the performance of their returnable packaging fleets throughout the contract cycle, speeding up turnaround times and minimizing losses.

Most recently we have invested significantly into inventory and supply agreements, ensuring we are able to meet ever expanding demand and contract size, quickly and efficiently with the best of breed product range that has become our trademark.

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