We sell to both businesses and consumers, in quantities to suit our customers. We pride ourselves on excellent customer service, efficient delivery, and our wide range of specialist products. This includes items that can be hard to source, such as hessian sacks, sandbags, log nets and vegetable boxes.
Paper Carrier Bags
Recyclable paper carrier bags are a popular alternative to polythene.
Fruit and Vegetables Boxes
Boxes, trays and punnets to keep your produce in perfect condition.
Single and double wall boxes for everything from meat to moving house.
Traditional hessian sacks made with natural jute fibres for vegetables and grain.
Clear and black polythene rolls for all agricultural and industrial uses.
We’re a small, family business and we know that it isn’t always convenient to buy things in huge quantities. That’s why we’re committed to helping other small businesses buy in quantities that are right for them, at a fair and reasonable price.
We offer small pack sizes across our range of products including popular lines such as paper sacks, tapes and paper and polythene carrier bags. We even sell hessian and polythene by the metre.
Our customers have asked for green alternatives to their traditional packaging over the last decade, and we’ve listened. We offer a wide range of paper products which are recyclable and degrade effectively. We also stock recycled and biodegradable polythene carrier bags.
Our agricultural range includes products made from natural and renewable sources, such as Scandinavian kraft paper in our sacks, renewable natural fibres in our fillis string, and natural jute in our hessian sacks and sandbags.
We continue to expand our paper ranges to meet the environmentally conscious needs of our customers.
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