Onboard Corrugated Limited
We're an independent, highly responsive, sustainably competitive plant operating with the following infrastructure:
A team of 85 dedicated people . Operating two corrugators. A 2.5m machine, running E, B, C, P, BB, EB, PB and BC flutes. A 2.2m machine, running E, B, C, EB and BC flutes . Operating out of a 144,000 square feet site . Utilising the industry-leading Abaca business system; able to integrate directly with our clients in terms of electronic ordering and invoicing.
Meet Our Team
What You Need To Know About Us
We've grown dramatically since we opened the doors in 2010, driven by: a determination to make our customers as competitive as possible; a focus on service and a commitment to continuous improvement. Hence we continue to invest for the future.
(Figures on the right show sales during the period indicated. £21 million to £30 million additional capacity created since 2016)
With circa half our volume delivered on a next day basis from our dedicated transport fleet, we offer best in class lead times.
With minimum order quantities from just 200 m2 and circa 500 board grades in our portfolio, there is real breadth and depth in our proposition.
Our second corrugator was recently commissioned and gives security of supply as well as dramatically increased capacity.
INVESTING IN THE FUTURE
At Onboard Corrugated we continue to look forward, investing in people and technology
Investing in ISO 9001 quality certification
Investment of £50,000 in board performance testing facilities
Continuing to recruit great people.
Investing in a 50% capacity increase in 2016
Able to absorb seasonal peaks in demand, whilst keeping lead times low.
Investing in radio frequency bar coded stock control
Investing in EDI and B2B functionality
Thanks to OnBoard for their continued fast and efficient service. With their consistent high quality sheet supplies across a range of board grades, we are able to keep pace with the demands of our customers in a very competitive market.
Onboard House, Neachells Lane Roundabout, Nechells Lane, Wolverhampton WV11 3QH.
Terms and Conditions
ONBOARD CORRUGATED LTD. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
1. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, payment shall be due 30 days end of Month. 2. Until payment has been received in full by Onboard Corrugated Ltd the goods and or services as shown on the invoice shall remain the property of Onboard Corrugated Limited, but the risk therein shall pass to the purchaser on delivery and any liability to third parties arising in respect thereof after delivery shall be for the account of the purchaser. Having regard to the circumstances in the completion of the parties, the purchaser hereby acknowledges that these clauses set out are fair and reasonable. 3.Without prejudice to the Company’s rights to cease services and to sue for total debt due if payment is not made by the due date, the company may charge interest on payments not made by the due date at the rate of 2% (two percent) per month or part thereof. Invoices for interest shall be issued and shall fall due in the same way as those for the supply of goods and services and may be sued as a contract debt. 4.The Company may reposess the goods if any sum due in respect of them shall remain outstanding or if the Company reasonably believes that any such sum will not be paid in full when it falls due for payment and the purchaser hereby grants the Company an irrevocable licence to enter upon any premises of the purchaser for the purpose of doing so. 5. VAT calculation. VAT is calculated on the value of TAXABLE GOODS (including carriage) less any settlement discount which may be offered. Even if this discount is not taken the VAT remains as above. 6. Onboard Corrugated Limited will accept in good faith written orders and instructions from customers and acknowledged and it is the responsibility of the customer to ensure that this is correct. However an order once accepted shall be deemed to represent a contract and shall be treated accordingly. In the event of a cancellation or attempted cancellation all costs, from whatever source, shall be chargeable. 7. Proper Law. In the event of dispute these conditions shall be construed and operated in accordance with English Law and both parties shall be bound by the decision of the English Courts of Law.