Almost as important as the products themselves are your packaging and delivery
options. Our goal is to make receiving, storing and distributing your order as easy as
possible. We therefore offer our customers a number of different options, depending
on their requirements.

Delivery

Fast, efficient delivery is a key part of our service. We place a lot of importance on
the affordability of our deliveries and getting them to you on time. We therefore have
our own distribution centre and our own fleet of delivery vehicles. When you place an
order you can opt for two different delivery schedules:
»»Standard delivery: within two business days
»»Express delivery: next day
All our goods are dispatched from our distribution centre in Greater Manchester.

Choose your delivery location

We are happy to ship your products to any of your distribution centres in the UK. They
will all be conveniently palletised and ready for storage or onward distribution. We
can ship your products directly to your individual stores, rather than a central location
if this is more convenient. Simply let us know your preference when placing your order.
We can also fulfill your orders directly by shipping products straight to your customers.
This saves you a lot of time and shortens your supply chain. The products are
delivered to the end-user in white label packaging using your branding and paperwork.

Packaging Options

We offer our customers several packaging options. Whichever way you do it, there are
some pros and cons. We are transparent about these and are happy to offer impartial
advice about the best packaging option for you.
Different end-users will find some packaging options more convenient than others:

Polythene Vacuum Packed Bale

Coloured Sweatshirt Rags 10kg Bag
Advantages
»Waterproof: Your rags won’t be
damaged if left outside on a site or
while waiting for distribution.
»Very compact packaging: great for
saving space in a warehouse or small
storage area.
»Low transport costs – due to us being
able to load more of these onto a
single pallet.
»Visibility: The packaging is transparent,
allowing you to see through the bag
and identify the contents.

Disadvantages
»Very tightly compressed, which makes it difficult to just pull one rag out at a time. If
you rip open the bag the contents are likely to spill.

 

5kg Polythene Vacuum Packed Bale with
handle

5kg Bag of rags
Advantages

»Handle that makes it easier for carrying
manually
»Light weight – reduces the chance of back
injuries
»Safe – when carrying high up e.g. up on
scaffolding
»Fewer rags in a bag, meaning staff are likely
not to use them as fast.
»Convenience – ideal for being stored in small
quantities in shops, cleaning cupboards and
storerooms.

Disadvantages

»Very tightly compressed, which makes it
difficult to just pull one rag out at a time. If
you rip open the bag the contents are likely
to spill.

10kg Cardboard Dispenser Box


Advantages
»Dispenser hole on the box that allows you to pull
one rag out at a time.
»Convenient shape makes this package easy to store
in cupboards, under desks and on shelves.

Disadvantages
»If the box gets wet it can fall apart and the rags
become damaged. It is therefore unsuitable for
outdoor storage.
»Takes up more storage space than vacuum wrapped
packages.
»Can’t get many on a pallet, so transport costs will
be higher than other options.

5kg Cardboard Dispenser Box


Advantages
»Smaller than the 10kg box, allowing cleaning staff to
keep a box at each workstation.
»Small and lightweight, making them easy to transport
and reducing the risk of back injuries.
»As there are less rags in each box, staff are less
inclined to use them all as quickly.
Disadvantages
»The small 5 kg dispenser boxes take up less space
than their larger cousins, but being made of
cardboard, they are still vulnerable to water damage
and are bulkier than polythene packages.