As a manufacturer of both corrugate and moulded pulp, we are in a unique position to combine both services to form a range of moulded pulp combination packs.
For bottles, Safansound is an eco-friendly transportation pack. The moulded pulp bottle protectors wrap the bottle from top to bottom and to protect it from damage in transport. The inner clam-shell protector fits snugly inside a corrugate outer transit case. Both are fully recyclable and provide versatile transportation for spirits, wine, prosecco or champagne.
Microbreweries find the Beer Bottle Pack helpful in home deliveries & online retailing. Each bottle pack consists of a sturdy moulded pulp base, a die cut fitment for the bottle necks and a strong outer corrugate box. These ensure safe transportation for bottles and cans. Furthermore, our corrugate factory can brand your chemical pack to your design specification.
Chemical manufacturers and transporters use Cullen Chemical UN Packs; a corrugate box with two internal fitments. Using standard size bottles, the Chemical UN Packs are certified for packaging groups 1, 2 & 3.
Combination packs can be made custom to client requirements. Cullen have a unique capability to create both the corrugate outer box and moulded pulp inner at a single site. Based on your design and product size, both our corrugate and pulp teams work together to create an integrated packaging solution from one supplier. Combining an appropriate corrugate board grade with Cullen’s moulded pulp design achieves a packaging solution bespoke to your product.
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Safansound – Inner & Outer – 1L/Champagne BottleSpec no: 443
Units per carton: 25
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