Samuel Grant Packaging join Sheffield Chamber as a Premium Partner

7th March 2019

Samuel Grant Packaging, a leading Sheffield packaging specialist, is the most recent business to join Sheffield Chamber as a Premium Partner.

Julia Allen and Paul Henderson of Samuel Grant Packaging were joined by Sarah Briggs for the presentation of their Premium Partner Plaque. Established in 1891, the company won a Queen's Award for Innovation in 2018 in honour of their unique pallet wrapping solution, the Samson Nano. With inbuilt reporting software and 'price per pallet' costing system the machine revolutionised pallet wrapping. Alongside this, Samuel Grant Packaging offer full packaging consultancy to give customers packaging solutions that require minimal product. Samuel Grant Packaging are at the forefront of manufacturing innovation and recognise the importance of being part of the Sheffield Chamber network to build relationships and meet like-minded businesses. The company takes pride in exceptional customer relations and service, and are looking forward to the further development being a Premium Partner will bring. For more information on Samuel Grant Packaging please visit

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