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Schubert UK celebrates its 20th anniversary

Packaging Solutions

Schubert UK Ltd, the British sales subsidiary of German packaging machine manufacturer Schubert, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.

Schubert UK was founded in Birmingham in 2002. Prior to this, the company was only active on British soil with its modular robot assisted top loading machines through commercial agents. Cadbury, also based in Birmingham, was Schubert UK’s very first customer.

Schubert UK got its start with a small team of four people. Twenty years later, under the management of Mark Stepney, the team counts 15 employees who work on innovative packaging solutions for their customers every day and now generate €16.4 million euros in sales. The culture within the company is marked by exceptional mutual trust. ‘We have an inclusive caring family spirit in our business, much like that of our parent company,’ Mark Stepney explained. The employees work together as a well coordinated team and have far reaching expertise. In addition to service that is comprehensive and exceptionally reliable, this is exactly what customers appreciate about the British Schubert subsidiary.

Mark Stepney is not only extremely proud of his team, but also of the very positive contribution the company is making to the environment. For example, the entire vehicle fleet in Birmingham is equipped with electric or hybrid drive vehicles. It is also committed to the Mission Blue Sustainability Initiative, which Schubert launched in Germany in May 2022. With this initiative, the packaging machine manufacturer is actively pursuing goals such as sustainable corporate management and climate neutral production. Moreover, it helps its customers achieve more environmentally friendly packaging solutions with durable machines and optimised packaging. As a value oriented family business that thinks in terms of generations in the long term, Schubert aims to contribute to a healthy environment and a future worth living in.


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