Friday, September 22, 2023

Kite Packaging awarded Supply Chain Sustainability Award by AESSEAL

Kite Packaging has been given a Supply Chain Sustainability Award from multi award-winning client and global manufacturer of mechanical seals, AESSEAL.

This accolade comes following Kite’s work with the company to help them transition to more sustainable packaging practices. The global mechanical seal manufacturer is now well on track to achieving their goal of supplying all standard seals in 100% recyclable packaging by the end of the year.

Not only does this award recognise Kite’s endeavours to help AESSEAL achieve this goal, but it also commends the packaging company’s own deep-rooted commitment to environmental causes.

As a carbon neutral and ISO 14001 certified packaging supplier, AESSEAL identified Kite Packaging as the ideal partner to work with to achieve their goals, having worked with the company’s Rotherham Regional Distribution Centre (RDC) since 2007.

AES Engineering and AESSEAL Managing Director, Chris Rea, said: “The supply chain is the most problematic area for most businesses who are committed to the Net Zero goal, whether they have achieved this and gone beyond it as we have, or are just starting on their journey.

“Kite Packaging is a worthy winner of our first supplier sustainability award, both for their own work and for the help they have given us to move towards our aim – almost now achieved – of supplying all standard seals in 100% recyclable packaging by the end of this year.”

To get in touch with Kite’s Rotherham RDC, please email or call 01709 565 010.

To learn more about the products and services offered by Kite Packaging, please visit

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