Global software provider signals UK arrival at major packaging show

February 19, 2020

Packaging Solutions

 

Global co-packing software developer Nulogy is announcing its UK launch at this year’s Contract Pack & Fulfilment exhibition with a seminar focusing on how logistics providers can harness co-packing services as a business growth driver.

 

The show, which takes place at the Birmingham NEC between February 26 and 27, forms part of Packaging Innovations.

 

Toronto headquartered enterprise software provider Nulogy, which recently opened its first European office in Bristol, delivers software solutions for FMCG focused contract manufacturing and packing providers. 

 

Exhibiting on stand F41, Nulogy will be highlighting its cloud based contract packing solution, which is utilised by businesses around the globe to optimise late stage customisation of consumer products.

 

Nulogy will also be sharing its knowledge as part of the show’s industry forum seminars on February 26 at 2.30 pm. 

 

 

 

In a panel discussion titled ‘Leveraging value added services to better serve today’s customer needs’, Josephine Coombe, managing director of Nulogy UK, will join a panel of industry experts to discuss this important topic. 

 

Josephine said, ‘Meeting the evolving needs of the consumer marketplace is changing the way brands, retailers and contract packing suppliers are collaborating to take products to market. 

 

‘Our discussion will look specifically at how third party logistics (3PL) providers can use value added services to win new business and unleash new growth opportunities.’

 

Nulogy’s cloud based agile customisition platform allows contract packers and manufacturers to respond with ease and speed to the variable demands of retail and consumer markets, including product localisation, seasonal promotions, and specialised retail formats and displays.

 

Designed to optimise end to end contract packaging operations and enhance collaboration between co-packers and their brand customers, the Nulogy solution is leveraged by hundreds of sites globally.

 

‘As consumer demand evolves, suppliers are looking to digitalise their operations to enhance agility and responsiveness to brand customers,’ said Josephine. 

 

‘We are looking forward to the valuable conversations we will have with visitors at the Contract Pack & Fulfilment show. It will provide the perfect opportunity to deliver practical advice and demonstrate how our agile customisation platform can drive labour and materials cost control, higher quality and traceability, and ultimately improved profitability.’

 

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