Sunday, March 3, 2024

Kite Packaging expands strapping range

Kite Packaging, leading UK industrial packaging supplier, has added new strapping products to their offering along with an improvement in website navigation and experience.

This strategic enhancement is designed to deliver an even more seamless and user-friendly shopping experience for customers. Updates include streamlined navigation and improved accessibility features, ensuring a heightened level of convenience for users.

New additions to Kite’s strapping range include:

· Sealers for steel strapping available in 13mm, 16mm, and 19mm, to be used with lapover seals for tight and secure closures.

· Combination tools for polypropylene and polyester strapping available in 13mm and 16mm, compatible with serrated seals for heavy-duty strapping needs.

· Pusher tensioner suitable for 13-19mm steel strapping, only to be used with lapover seals.

· Paper strapping, dispenser, and kits offering a sustainable means for bundling lightweight packages with a maximum break strength of 80kg.

· Pallet probe for a simple yet effective way to feed strapping under pallets without getting tangled or lost.

· Cutter for steel and polypropylene strapping with a PVC handle for greater grip and safety when trimming strapping.

“The enhancements made, including the UX refresh, are not just about updating our product offerings but also about redefining the entire customer experience,” says Gavin Ashe, Managing Director at Kite Packaging. “We believe in providing solutions that not only serve immediate functional purposes but also elevate the overall satisfaction and efficiency of our customers.”

Kite’s new strapping products will be available for purchase from today, at various price points with discounts on wholesale quantities. For information, please visit

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