Author: Mehreen

Packaging Trends in 2022 – Where Is The Industry Heading?

If you think about it, packaging in one form or another is everywhere; from the food we eat to the one-too-many online deliveries you promised yourself you’d cut back on! While the majority of us go about our lives likely not thinking too much about the packaging we encounter every day, if you’re a business owner in the manufacturing industry,...


Reports show airports to see higher customer footfall this summer

According to consumer spending reports, airports are to see a huge rise in passengers as consumers spend their disposable income on summer holidays in 2022. As measures and restrictions eased around the pandemic, consumers have used their cards to book summer breaks. The Nationwide Spending Report has summarised that Brits spent more money at the start of this year, with...


Shaun Stokes is Salesperson of the Year

We value every member of our team here at Chiorino and every year we celebrate our team members by awarding a salesperson of the year.  Our special mention this year goes to... Shaun Stokes! Shaun Stokes has been a valued member of the Chiorino team for 11 years. He started his career with us in internal sales and, after lots of hard work,...


Trends to watch in the Food & Beverage Sector

The Food and Beverage sector has seen many recent innovations which have helped to facilitate changes in the industry. Below, our team take a look at some of those trends, what they mean and the impacts they will have. To appeal to consumer demands and demands for hygiene, new processing and packaging techniques have been trialled and implemented. The one...


Chiorino U.K. & ASET UK Collaboration

Chiorino U.K. is delighted to announce a new collaboration with South-East-based industry leader ASET (UK). ASET (UK) safely delivers the mechanical & electrical installation of bespoke material handling and scanning systems to parcel distribution centres & airports throughout the UK. Established in 2000, they place emphasis on teamwork on-site to bring the project in on time, on budget and most...


A Day in the life at Chiorino UK

Welcome to the Chiorino Internal Sales team! We are a 5-strong team comprising of Internal Sales Manager Debbie and four Internal Sales Admins - Jade, Jess, Rebecca and Amy. A typical day in the office usually starts with a morning production meeting; this allows us to co-ordinate with the production and dispatch departments and get a view of how the...


Phil Biggin joins as Chiorino UK Managing Director

Everybody in the Chiorino family would like to offer a very warm welcome to Phil Biggin, who has recently joined us as the new Managing Director of Chiorino UK. With over 30 years of industry experience, Phil is a qualified engineer with a wealth of expertise at both board and management level. His distinguished career has seen him work on...


High thickness polyurethane belts for the recycling industry

Recycling is the process of converting waste materials into new or reused composite materials and objects, thereby beginning the life-cycle process of a material once again. This helps to contribute to what is known as a circular economy, a system in which waste and unnecessary consumption of resources is minimised. Plastic recycling is the biggest area of the industry, but...


Meet Jason Turner our Coated Fabrics Manager / Technical Sales Engineer

What do you enjoy the most about working at Chiorino? I love working at Chiorino, and in my role in particular, because of the great job satisfaction. I get to see a project completed in its entirety, from the initial quotation right through to the production line. Because of this, I’m able to see just how important our product and...


An interview with Daniel Sanders, Technical Sales Engineer

What do you enjoy the most about working at Chiorino? I enjoy dealing with the different challenges faced each day and helping my customers find solutions to any problems they may have. I like to learn and grow, so I enjoy speaking to some of my customers that have been in the industry far longer than myself. I am grateful...