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Encirc

With a proud history of achievement, Quinn Glass and Cobevco are now looking to the future. As the only company in the world to offer some of the world’s most recognisable food and drinks brands a complete supply-chain service, we move forward with a new vigour and a new brand - Encirc. Encirc describes our unique offering. From the manufacturing of container glass, to modern filling facilities, warehousing and logistics, it encircles our customers’ needs. Adrian Curry, Managing Director, commented: “We add value for our customers. We are the only company in the world that can offer a fully comprehensive range of supply chain services, reducing environmental impact, shortening lead time to retail, and reducing cost”. “Our customer’s brands are at the core of everything we do. Our unique range of services allows us to closely partner with our customers as we ensure a quality offering which complements their valued brands at multiple stages of the supply chain. Our new identity - Encirc – is a further step in reinforcing this partnership where we see ourselves playing an integral part in our customers’ strategy for innovation, sustainability and growth”. For further information, please visit: www.encirc360.com

Encirc

Quinn Business Park
Ash Road, Elton
Cheshire
CH2 4LF
United Kingdom

Tel: 01928 725300

Sectors

Container


Activities

Manufacturer

Filler or Packer


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