Our slip lid tins offer all round decoration and come in a wide choice of diameters. The easy open friction fit lid makes it idea for any product that doesn’t require an air tight seal. With printing and embossing available even on small runs, these tins are ideal for many products, big and small. We now also offer a full wrap labelling service on all slip lid tins.
We are proud to offer 100% supply from European factories, without compromise on ethical practices, employee rights & safety laws that exist in some emerging markets such as China & India. This also gives our containers a low carbon footprint.
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William Say & Co., Ltd is our family business that has been manufacturing metal packaging in central London since before WWII. Despite dramatic expansion, we remain in the Capital to this day, with both our production lines and press shop being situated within our 3 acre London site (near to London Bridge and Tower Bridge). We are able to offer short lead times, flexibility, bespoke print, embossing & stock holding to all our customers, no matter if your company requires a thousand, or over a million tin cans. P. Wilkinson Containers can supply any William Say products directly to your company.
For more information please see www.wsay.co.uk
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