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Robinson – the manufacturer specialising in value-added custom packaging – is creating a range of boxes for Biscuiteers.
Biscuiteers Baking Company is a British gifting retailer, specialising in both bespoke and corporate hand-iced biscuits, chocolates, and cakes.
Robinson were approached to supply rigid boxes with a stylish pristine white paper and detailed embossing. The boxes are contemporary looking with a solid black printed finish and gold foil blocking.
The letterbox designs come in both a solid lid version and a window option to highlight the beautifully hand decorated iced biscuits.
Liliana Bonilla – purchasing manager at Biscuiteers commented: “Robinson Paperbox have helped us with their stockholding facility. This enables us to bulk order so we can achieve better pricing and call off the stock as required to meet our customers’ demand”.
Jon Walker – New business development manager at Robinson Paperbox Packaging commented:” Working with Biscuiteers on existing and new boxes has been very exciting. Our recently installed SATE machine offers both extremely high quality and good rates of efficiencies. The detailed foil blocking design needed to be applied accurately to the lid, and our new machine allows us to do this to an exceptionally high standard due to it having the lowest tolerances.
Robinson were also recently awarded FSC ® certification (Licence code: FSC-C186000) for its Paperbox division.
FSC certification ensures that all products produced at Paperbox are sustainable. FSC-managed forests help provide clean air and water by restricting hazardous chemicals and following strict harvesting and forestry practices. Their work also helps ensure a diversity of animals, trees and plants as well as providing safe working conditions for everyone involved.
Robinson partners with some of the world’s most luxurious brands, from concept to commercialisation, creating widely recyclable packaging made from 100% post-consumer recycled material.