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Piet Looije, Looije Packing:

"At this site, we offer both organic and conventional packaging and repacking"

Looije Packing has been operational in Waddinxveen, the Netherlands, for just under three months now. "Our new way of working is slowly bearing fruit there. After three months of managing a very enthusiastic team in this state-of-the-art building, I can conclude that many processes are already running well, and we could almost immediately focus on the small improvements," Piet Looije says.

"The challenge is to use the current team's know-how, experience, and enthusiasm to transform the current working method into the Looije Packing model."

"So, we're looking at the existing machinery and its availability at our other locations. We can, thus, use our machines optimally and serve customers from locations with an overarching perspective," explains Piet.

"We're delighted that with this enthusiastic team and location, we can perform a wide range of repacking and packing activities in Waddinxveen too. Customers can have small quantities or complete shipments repacked or packed. Laser burning, flow-packing, netting, cardboard sleeves, top sealing, foodtainering, or repacking a batch? We can do that for both conventional and organic products."

"Also, this site is IFS and SKAL certified. AEO will follow shortly, so we can handle our clients' import flows directly. We're generally convinced Waddinxveen is a great Looije Group addition for our customers. It offers them more flexibility and packaging options. Our location umbrella approach means we can often still meet packaging demand, even at short notice," Piet concludes.

For more information:
Looije Packing
177 Honderdland
2676 LT, Maasdijk, NL
Tel: +31 (0) 174 523 202

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