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June 22, 2017

Kite Packaging introduces new ‘Do Not Stack’ cones for product safety

UK-based company Kite Packaging has launched new ‘Do Not Stack’ cones that can be used in warehouse, distribution and dispatch environments to provide an instantly recognisable way of identifying where products cannot be stacked.

UK-based company Kite Packaging has launched new ‘Do Not Stack’ cones that can be used in warehouse, distribution and dispatch environments to provide an instantly recognisable way of identifying where products cannot be stacked.

The cones will ensure safety and prevent product damage due to pallet stacking, enabling packaging companies to avoid unwanted losses in business.

The ‘Do Not Stack’ cones offer a low-cost, effective and easy-to-use solution for maintaining the integrity of the packaging and avoiding potential damage to the products inside.

"The cones are supplied flat-packed, take minimal space and can be assembled quickly."

Kite Packaging stated that the cones are supplied flat-packed, take minimal space and can be assembled quickly.

It can be secured by either placing strapping in the feed-through holes or taping them down to the pallet.

Kite Packaging earlier introduced the King-Size mattress cover, which will ensure the safety of these furnishings while they are moved.

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The company noted that these covers are also effective while storing the products for a longer period of time.

Established in 2001, Kite Packaging currently has six facilities across the UK that are completely integrated into its national and international supply chain.

The company recently has invested £1.5m in expanding operations at its Coventry facility.


Image: ‘Do Not Stack’ cones. Photo: © Kite Packaging.

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