TricorBraun Announces Extensive European Expansion
TricorBraun says it is planning extensive European expansion via its subsidiary based in the United Kingdom. As a reflection of this expansion, the company will change the name from Packaging Design Limited to TricorBraun Limited.
As the first rigid packaging distributor with a global presence, TricorBraun has maintained a solid presence in Europe for many years. The company says they are now positioned to more efficiently help customers bring their new and existing products to market with localized access to TricorBraun's expertise in package design, engineering, and mold building. The increased logistic capabilities with global warehousing options means more transparent oversight for global customers for which importing and exporting packaging components is a daily business operation.
An expanded geographic coverage in Europe is good news for customers of TricorBraun on either continent as TricorBraun Limited's deep sourcing connections increase the company's product depth and breadth of stock and custom packaging. All customers of the 40+ offices in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Asia will have many more choices of glass and plastic bottles and jars, closures, tubes and all other rigid packaging.
Located northeast of London, the TricorBraun Limited facility is well positioned to provide customers in the UK and the rest of Europe with the kind of unparalleled service that has been a hallmark of TricorBraun for nearly 115 years.
Here it contact information for the new facility:
Beacon Innovation Centre
Beacon Park, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth
Norfolk, NR31 7RA
Telephone: +44 (0) 7769 203279
TricorBraun helps customers bring new and existing products to the market efficiently using our spectrum of solutions to create custom and locate stock rigid packaging components. TricorBraun Design & Engineering is the fully integrated design studio, combining package design and custom mold building within one organization. A global presence ensures that customers are effectively served throughout the world using the vast resources in North America, Europe and Asia.