British packaging company DS Smith has opened its fifth PackRight Centre in the Germany and Switzerland region in Kaarst.
The PackRight Centre concept considers each customer's respective supply cycle and focuses on creating individual display and packaging solutions.
The concept can substantially reduce time-to-market besides adding real value to the company’s customers.
The company opened the first PackRight Centre of the Germany and Switzerland region in Hamburg more than a year ago, followed by similar centres in Erlensee in the Rhine-Main area, Pulheim and in the Swiss town of Oftringen.
DS Smith Germany & Switzerland managing director Per V Frederiksen said: “I am overjoyed to open another PackRight Centre in our region.
“The centres are extremely well-received by our customers, which only goes to show that we are heading in the right direction with our unique concept to increase value creation for our customers.”
Prior to the official opening, some customers held workshops in the new DS Smith PackRight Centre built at the Kaarst location in the Düsseldorf metropolitan area.
At the PackRight Centre, DS Smith uses a four-step process along with the latest technology and equipment to provide customised solutions.
The process focuses on maximising supply cycle effectiveness and opportunities to increase sales while reducing costs and associated risks.
Image: Opening of DS Smith’s fifth PackRight Centre in Kaarst. Photo: courtesy of DS Smith.