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With Aegg’s turnover almost doubling since this time last year, Aegg has invested £millions into its packaging logistics infrastructure to facilitate growing demand of its recyclable glass and plastic food and drink packaging supplies ranges. This means that Aegg’s ability to manage the supply chain (for example, importing glass bottles and jars and delivering to a customer’s factory doors in the UK) is now more seamless due to bringing several services in-house.
Nick Parker, Aegg’s Marketing Director, interviewed Pawel Wieczorek, Aegg’s Commercial Director and glass expert, for his thoughts on packaging supplies and the changing nature of the demand for glass food and drink packaging.
As Aegg’s PR consultant, I was invited to attend Aegg’s company briefing at its HQ in Andover, where members from the senior management team updated staff on how the company is doing in relation to its glass and plastic packaging supplies to the food and drink markets. The same company briefing was also presented to the team members at the company’s logistics site in Suffolk, too.