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TRM Packaging invests £1 million to increase capacity

20 April 2015

TRM Packaging has installed a new pallet press line as part of the latest phase in the company’s £8 million investment programme.

The UK’s leading manufacturer and printer of retail ready packaging recently finished the installation of a £1 million investment into a new pallet press line which includes a Dücker palletiser, Mosca pallet strapper and a Haloila pallet wrapping machine. 

TRM CEO, Trevor Maund, said: “The decision to install the new pallet press line came on the back of the increased demand for high quality printing from our customers.

“The new line offers a range of features such as increased control on wrapping pressures and improves final presentation before shipping to our clients.”

“It is the latest investment, underpinning our push towards securing TRM’s position as the most capable plant in the country in the corrugated industry.” 

The new line will increase output of TRM’s plant by a third and improve the flexibility and responsiveness of the business, allowing it to process more packs than was previously possible. 

TRM is also upgrading the incumbent palletising line so it can offer the same features as the new equipment. 


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