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Independent packaging materials distributor selects Abaca as software provider

Woodway UK are a leading independent supplier of packaging materials with over 30 years’ experience in the industry.

A leap of faith pays off for Smart Packaging

The twelve year evolution of Bristol, UK based Smart Packaging Limited has been
 characterised by the effectiveness of both its trading strategy and its investment
policy. The decision to replace its hybrid management information system with
 Abaca’s packaging 3000 suite was something of a leap of faith, but the move has
resulted in significant benefits


Click on the link below to read the full pdf article published in International Paper Board Industry December 2012

 

End of year sales boost

Abaca are delighted to report the addition of two new South African sheet plants to their portfolio. PridePak and Boxlee are both located in Johannesburg and signed up for Packaging 3000 on the same day with installations to run in parallel in early 2013.

Cumberland Packaging enjoying a rich return on investment.

Cumberland Packaging Limited based in Southend on Sea have opened their doors in a case study for Know It All constants. After only a few months of using the software Cumberland's MD Mr John Watson is happy to back his decision with some excellent predictions for the return on the investment made in Packaging 3000. Please see below for the article in pdf format

 

DK Packaging Group select Abaca to support their rapid growth

DK Packaging based in Rugby, have selected us to provide a complete packaging system including the RF3000 bar coded stock control and the ePack3000 ecommerce shop. DK Packaging’s Managing Director Mark Lewis notes “Abaca was by far the most important item on our shopping list of investments. Abaca will integrate our distribution, manufacturing and e-commerce offering. It will be the heart of our business”.

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South African Seyfert implements Abaca

Clearly we’re on a roll in Africa…with Seyfert installing the Abaca business system in their Cape Town sheet plant in November 2011.

“Seyfert are a huge sheet plant with a wonderfully complex work mix – we’re chuffed to bits to have them on board” says Abaca’s Sales Director Graham Dickinson. 

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South African Prima Box goes live with Abaca

We’re delighted that another African box plant went live with our business system in July 2011; based in Cape Town, South Africa – Prima Box is an excellent integrated box plant.

McLaren Packaging become Abaca's 100th Customer

We are delighted to have secured Mclaren Packaging as our 100th customer. They have brought us a new challenge as a manufacturer of spiral wound and shaped tubes which they supply to the whisky trade. We made additions to our system to accommodate these new products and the resulting installation was a great success. Click on the link below to read the whole article.

Dairi-Pak moves to Abaca

North Wales-based sheet plant Dairi-Pak installed the Abaca business system in Spring 2011.

Belmont Packaging installs Abaca

Wigan-based sheet plant Belmont Packaging's Managing Director Sean Moloney opted to install the Abaca business system in Spring 2011 for a handful of key reasons:

Ribble Packaging

This order took a long time to land. We first spoke to Ribble in the late 90’s but they initially chose another provider. We got a second chance in 2008 and were very pleased to be awarded the contract. Their high volume of deliveries prompted us to deliver a graphical program for despatch to be able to view the vehicles in the loading area and what has been loaded on them in order to efficiently manage their transport department.

CaesarPac

This was our first venture in the Middle East. Since installing the software Caesarpac have shown a superb ability to drive themselves forward using the software to every advantage. They recently took a decision to go paperless on the shop floor. Using scheduling and shop floor data collection terminals they no longer need printed works orders.