Nakpack Landed Safe & Sound in the UK

23 April 2019

After more than 10 months of development and countless crash tests conducted in accordance with the strictest international standards, the Nakpack system arrives onto the UK market as the ultimate solution to the problems of transporting fragile products. The company was among the first in Italy to obtain the important UPS certification for the shipment of bottles and here are the results of this test:

Nakpack was effectively launched in Italy in 2011 and it is the only system of its kind to allow a single model of packaging to be used with various bottle types and formats, from Champagne and Bordeaux to Borgognotta and Renana, through Marasca and Amphora. Whether a wine store, a logistics company, a winery or a microbrewery Nakpack help limit transit issues.

“The Nakpack model is accelerating in terms or research and development," said Angelo Bandinu, CEO at Nakuru. "A new solution is already in the prototype phase that will drastically reduce logistics costs and increase the production capacity of shipments. We expect exponential growth in the coming years, putting it on the Italian stock exchange (AIM) in the short term.

“With over eight million bottles shipped, Nakpack manages about 60% of online wine sales in Italy. The Italian online wine sales market in 2018 had a value of approximately €126 million against €1,500 million for the UK. Nakpack aims to expand rapidly in the Anglo-Saxon market, becoming the first safe shipping system. In fact, in the UK there are no systems with the same degree of safety that are completely recyclable.”


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