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11/10/2018 - Rowlinson Timber Expands its Operations to the South East

Rowlinson Timber Expands its Operations to the South East

Rowlinson Timber Expands its Operations to the South East

Rowlinson Timber Ltd is pleased to announce that due to large/sustained and successful growth over the last few years, it has seen the need to open a main distribution hub in the South East of the country. We are therefore pleased to announce that from 1st January 2019 our main operations for the company will be based from the Port of Sheerness, working in collaboration with Peel Ports.

Darren Hill (Sales Director) Rowlinson Timber Ltd

“Due to our continued successful growth we have been experiencing nationally, the decision to open a dist... Read More

01/10/2018 - New Vacancy

New Vacancy

We have an exciting new opportunity within our external Sales team. A vancancy has become available for a Account/Business Development Sales Person to cover the area north of our site in Nantwich. Please see our vacancies page for more details. This position would particularly suit someone with timber packaging experience living in the north Cheshire/Liverpool or Manchester area.

http://www.rowlinsonpackaging.co.uk/vacancies 

13/06/2018 - Cereals 2018

Cereals 2018

Rowlinson Packaging are once again pleased to be at the Cereals event this year. You are assured of a friendly welcome so please visit our stand to see our excellent Potato boxes with full size cases available to view. Also enquire about our box testing machine as we are one of few manufacturers to offer the peace of mind of being able to test our boxes to BS7611 in house.

14/05/2018 - New Investment at Cheshire Site

 

As part of our ongoing investment strategy a new Delta automatic pallet manufacturing line has been installed at our Cheshire site. The new line will increase our capacity on both 2 way and 4 way entry pallets as well as our very successful potato boxes.

The new line will give us a consistant and high quality manufacturing output giving our customers the confidence of receiving a quality product every time.

The... Read More

05/04/2018 - Why are timber prices increasing?

  

This is probably the most often asked question from our customers in the current market.

There is no single simple answer unfortunately which means there is no single simple solution. The biggest problem at the moment is that there is not enough timber to satisfy the current demand. Prices have been rising for two years and initially this seemed to be driven by the devaluation of the pound which increased imported prices which led to higher demand on UK timber whi... Read More

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