Aegg Sustainable range of Packaging

Written by Richard Drayson on Thursday, 27 September 2018. Posted in Environmental, Thoughts of Aegg

Aegg Sustainable range of Packaging

Our Sales Director, Richard Drayson, was interviewed by Packaging Insights magazine at the recent Packaging Innovations show in London about our sustainable range of packaging.  

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Richard Drayson

Richard Drayson

Having worked for food manufacturers throughout my career I realise how important it is to deliver outstanding customer service. We work closely with our customers to produce packaging solutions that will showcase their branded or retail brand creations on retailer’s shelves thereby building long term sustainable and profitable relationships for both parties. In all cases we aim to surpass expectations. Despite over 30 years in sales I still love the buzz from seeing a product through the development stages and onto the retailer’s shelves.

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Who We Work With

  • Marks and Spencer
  • Tesco
  • Gu
  • Sainsburys
  • Waitrose
  • Charlie Binghams
  • Hain Daniels
  • Delhaize
  • Solo Italia
  • Pret a Manger
  • Samworth Brothers
  • Woolworths
  • Pots & Co
  • Youngs
  • Rhokett
  • Bakkavort
  • The Abergavenny Fine Food Co

What We've Been up To:

  • Aegg To Showcase New Food Packaging Lines at Packaging Innovations, Birmingham

    Aegg To Showcase New Food Packaging Lines at Packaging Innovations, Birmingham

    At Birmingham’s Packaging Innovations show (you can register to attend here) on 27/28 February 2019 (stand C27), Aegg will be showcasing several new lines of rigid food packaging, including an extended range of table-presentable glass food pots, a range of glass packaging jars and bottles as well as our new thin-walled ultra-clear PP and PET pots and innovatively designed PP plastic sauce/ soup pots.

  • Opinion Leader Piece: Aegg's Reflections and Predictions

    Opinion Leader Piece: Aegg's Reflections and Predictions

    2018 has been an ‘interesting’ year for food packaging businesses, with the Brexit and plastics debates causing confusion and uncertainty within the industry. However, we predict that those businesses who plan longer term, rather than adopting knee jerk reactions will be the winners. Read on to find out Aegg’s thoughts on the challenges within the industry and how to overcome them...

  • Blog: Aegg attendance at All4Pack 2018

    Blog: Aegg attendance at All4Pack 2018

    As part of Aegg’s growing Export Team, I was asked to write a short blog about my recent attendance at All4Pack...