Following the Coronavirus crisis, many of our customers have been contacting us looking for help. With teams in isolation and co-packers letting them down, they are struggling to maintain production capacities.
For some, purchasing one of our machines was the solution, but for others, they simply did not have the resources to operate them. So, the Scayl team thought long and hard about how we could address this and decided to launch a co-packing and co-filling service, utilising our existing machinery and packing lab.
For those that don't know, we already pack tea for BRUU, which is a tea club with large supermarket customers and key retailers. So, we have procedures and teams in place already doing this. Launching WePac™ seemed like the natural response to help our customers continue trading.
"We have turned this idea into a new service within 4 days and have already secured our first customer. In these times of hardship, we all need to pull together and help each other. The businesses that survive will be those that are adaptable." CEO AnnekaWe are offering this service at a huge subsidy to help businesses impacted by the Coronavirus. Our competitors typically charge 80p per filled bag, and often have MOQ's and set up fees. We are keeping it simple, there are no minimum order quantities or fees - the customer will pay from 30p per bag.
If you would like to learn more about WePac™ and speak to someone in our team please get in touch.