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C Butt Ltd and Sealed Air celebrate partnership with new trailer livery

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Major logistics and transport suppliers, C Butt Ltd has celebrated their long-term partnership with global packaging company Sealed Air through the delivery of newly livered trailers.

The six new trailers and cabs display either SEALED AIR brand AirCap bubble packaging, or SEALED AIR brand Mail Lite mailers. 

Both packaging materials demonstrate a drive towards sustainable packaging materials: SEALED AIR brand AirCap bubble packaging contains a minimum of 50% recycled content; and new SEALED AIR brand Mail Lite mailers are designed for recycling with the outer kraft paper easily separated from the internal bubble.

Established in 1926 in Northampton, C Butt Ltd has been a family business for generations, and a contracted distribution suppler to the Sealed Air Kettering, UK site for more than 25 years.

“C Butt Ltd is very proud to be a distribution partner with Sealed Air,” said Jonathan Butt, Joint Managing Director of C Butt Ltd. “Our companies have a true working relationship and have been able to successfully work together to ensure customers are receiving products that are meeting their efficiency, fulfilment and sustainability needs.”

“We were delighted when C Butt Ltd approached us to consider supplying the livery for their new fleet of trailers. This reflects the value of a good, long-term partnership and we are excited for people to see the new fleet on the road,” said Ash Barrs, Sealed Air Logistics Manager.

The distinctive new livery will be seen across the UK where C Butt Ltd delivers Sealed Air packaging materials, including the far west of the country, all the way up to the tip of Scotland.  

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