Supporting the packaging industry

Since 1998

 

PROACTIVE   DYNAMIC   RESPONSIVE

 

Established in 1998 by the Director, Norman Clarke, when he saw a need to provide specialised technical support to the corrugated packaging industry.


'One-Stop-Shop'

With over 25 years experience in the packaging and printing industries, our business has evolved to become a 'one-stop-shop' for our customers. 

 

Our services include:               Our products include:

• technical support

• repairs & maintenance

• troubleshooting

• consultancy

• customised solutions 

• hot melt & cold glue adhesive dispensing equipment

• quality assurance systems

• carton erecting machinery

• adhesives, adhesive cleaners & release agents

• spare parts


Feature product:

Valco Melton's EcoStitch™

Reduce spare parts, downtime, compressed air and reduce adhesive usage by up to 75% with Valco Melton's all electric EcoStitch™ hot melt system....

This months special:

Reka MS200 hand gun & glue

Save time and money by using the Reka MS200 hand glue    applicator with pellets as opposed to using glue sticks,            which can be up to 5 times more expensive...from $1,155.00


       If you need assistance with troubleshooting, sourcing spare parts or are

       thinking about upgrading existing equipment, call us - we're here to help!

Irish joke for September

An Irishman goes to the doctor, who after examining him says, “You have some problems with your heart, but if you take these tablets, I think it will be okay."

So the doctor gives the man the tablets and the patient asks, “Do I have to take them every day?”

No,” replies the doctor, “take one on the Monday, skip the Tuesday, take one on the Wednesday, skip the Thursday and go on like that."

 

Two weeks later the doctor is walking down the street, and he sees the patient’s wife.

“Hello Mrs Murphy,” he says, “how’s your husband?”

“Oh he died of a heart attack,” says Mrs Murphy.

“I’m very sorry to hear that,” says the doctor, “I thought if he took those tablets he would be all right.”

“Oh the tablets were fine,” says Mrs Murphy, “It was all the bloody skipping that killed him!”