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  • Management Changes


    I confirm that Paul Barber, Managing Director and Will Tilney, Sales & Commercial Manager have
    taken the decision to leave CorrBoard during November 2021 to pursue career opportunities elsewhere.
    They both leave with my thanks for their hard work and commitment during their time at CorrBoard and my
    best wishes for the future.

  • CorrBoard buoyed by investment boost






    20th May 2020

    CorrBoard buoyed by investment boost from VPK

    Corrugated sheet manufacturer CorrBoard UK Ltd has received new investment from two of its major shareholders. 

  • CorrBoard announces two key appointments

  • Green Investment at CorrBoard UK Ltd

    CorrBoard UK, Europe’s first consortium-owned manufacturer of corrugated sheet board materials has received planning consent to build a 500kw anaerobic digester (AD) plant at its site in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. The £3.5 million project is scheduled to commence construction later in 2016 and, when operational, will generate enough electricity to supply 1000 homes and enough heat for 500 homes. The modular design of the AD plant will allow output capacity to be increased as the plant‘s production increases.

  • A Year on - September 2015

    A year on – September 2015

    CorrBoard UK celebrate a year’s trading by inviting shareholders and their colleagues to an Open Day at their Scunthorpe factory…
    As expected the plant was spotless and guests witnessed the plant and operations in full swing. Attendees were invited to ‘walk the plant’ in guided groups to get a full understanding of the scale of operations within the 320,000 sq foot factory.

  • CorrBoard UK a Reality

    In late September 2012, the rumour mill went into overdrive when we exclusively published a statement from Corrugated Synergies International, Inc., the Seattle, USbased specialists in sheet feeding and corrugated operations, confirmed the set-up of a sheet feeding plant located in the UK.

    At the time, the company stated that, “The timing is right for a new entrant into UK sheet feeding, bringing an independent alternative and extending capacity in a relatively tight market.”