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A E Chapman & Son Ltd

A E Chapman and Son Ltd are the UK’s premier glass container stockist and supplier of glass packaging to the Beverage, Mineral Water and Wine producers in the UK.
As a third generation family business, over the years, we have acquired wealth of knowledge in our nominated market sectors and grown our business in line with these developing markets. We have a natural affinity for the Wine and Drinks industry and pride ourselves on an exceptionally high level of both product and market knowledge. We have long, established relationships with all of our major suppliers and work closely with them on the key aspects of supply. This is the only way that we feel confident in being able to give our customers the first class service they have come to expect from us. In recent years, this close relationship with one of our core suppliers has resulted in us being able to offer the benefits of the latest technological developments in lightweight glass production, previously only available to multinational organisations, to the smaller independent producers within the beverage industry.
In addition to the above, we have access to secondary decoration, pre or post-fill label application, re-pack, re-sort and bottle washing. We can also source Caps, Corks, Capsules, Cartons and Pathalogical Vials for which both Domestic and Global delivery can be arranged.
We are, no matter what size the order, committed to offering our customers quality products backed up with quality service and technical advice, at what we believe to be a competitive price.

A E Chapman & Son Ltd

Timbermill Way, Garden Road
Clapham
London
SW4 6LY
United Kingdom

Tel: 0207 622 4414

Sectors

Container


Activities

Wholesale

Decoration


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