Allpack Packaging

Middlemore Ln West, Walsall WS9 8BH

United Kingdom


Call44(0)1922 472 400


Design & Branding, Flexible Plastics, Labels & Labeling, Paper & Paperboard, Other Packaging, Sustainability


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Allpack Packaging

The allgroup company structure empowers supplier consolidation, providing single source packaging contracts for many blue-chip, multiple line, and packaging users. allpack now boasts 4 separate divisions to the company, all of which are owned by its mother brand allgroup. The allpack® story began in Birmingham in 1994 when a young accountant and keen entrepreneur began selling boxes, tape and bubble wrap to local firms. He kept his stock in his garden shed and delivered it to our customers with just one small van.

Soon, word spread about the quality of our products and our service. Ove the following years we gained new clients expanded our range and developed our business, moving premises several times as we grew. However, we`ve always stayed focused on our main specialization: industrial transit packaging.

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