Packaging Suppliers & Container Supplies to Scotland, Scotland

INVOPAK are packaging container suppliers to companies in Scotland and throughout Scotland.

Scotland, Scotland

The Leading Supplier of Packaging and Container Supplies to Scotland and throughout Scotland.

Invopak use the Glasgow depot to supply businesses in Fife with rigid plastic containers, drums, tubs, buckets, jerricans, PET screw cap jars and aluminium bottles. The Kingdom of Fife is a former county of Scotland, St Andrews is the home of golf being the town in which the game was invented and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club still has responsibiliy for overseeing the rules of the game today.

INVOPAK® have over 60 years experience in sourcing, stocking and selling the complete range of packaging containers to many differing industries in Scotland, Glasgow and Edinburgh. We stock as a Group in excess of £3 million of rigid containers ideal for storing, transporting and decanting differing liquids and solids including powders, gels, balms, hazardous goods, cleaning detergents, paints, solvents, inks, foods, beverages, baits, confectionary, laboratory fluids, varnishes, stains, pharmaceuticals, acids, lubricants, chemicals, coatings, resins, flavours and fragrances, waxes and general components.

Throughout Scotland INVOPAK® supply the complete range of rigid packaging containers including those manufactured from plastic, tinplate, aluminium, steel and PET. Utilising our application knowledge and experienced internal and external sales teams Invopak supply businesses in Scotland and neighbouring Glasgow and Edinburgh.

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Your Scotland Contact:

INVOPAK® welcomes new enquiries. If you are interested in any of our products please use our online enquiry form or contact our sales office on the number below:

Tel: 0141 336 3113Fax: 0141 554 5616Email:
Address:INVOPAK®, Unit 6, City Park Industrial Estate, 384 Townmill Road, Glasgow, G31 3AN.

Scotland Sales and Operations: Gordon Mitchell