Taylor Davis' first appearance at the biennial Pro2pac packaging trade fair at the ExCel in London's Docklands this week was a resounding success and further cemented our reputation as an innovative supplier that likes to "think outside the box" – Bag-In-Box in fact - as our new line was received with great interest by visitors and fellow exhibitors alike on it’s first national stage.
Product Manager Bob Bodin was pleased with the response,and said: "We were able to promote the products to a wider audience this time, and built on the success that we had last month in the ale & beer sector at the Craft Beer Rising show."
Taylor Davis’ comprehensive range of PET jars also saw many new enquiries received for these products,with the timing of the exhibition being seen as particularly opportune,shortly before the busy Easter and summer periods in the confectionary sector – one of our prime sales areas for this line.
As usual however, it was the market leading Jokey Plastik bucket and tub range that generated the most enquiries; despite the market for these products being a mature one,to say the least!
With yet more new products and innovations on display – including 1.2 & 1.6 litre ice cream containers; fitted dessert spoons in the smaller tub lids; lighter weight,more “environmentally friendly” smaller container sizes and yet further developments in decoration techniques – Taylor Davis continues to offer the best that the global market has to offer!
Sales & Marketing Director Dave Rawlings was thankful for the superb all-round effort that the venture had received:
“Jokey backed us all the way here in London,and I’d particularly like to thank both Shawn Roberts of their UK set-up and Isabelle Vernier from Jokey France for giving up their valuable time to appear on our stand.
Our wonderful Taylor Davis sales team too offered great support,and travelled to Docklands from around the country to meet clients old & new.
We’ve surpassed our target figure for enquiries received,and I believe that this was a very worthwhile undertaking.
Taylor Davis will certainly be back in 2015!” Read More