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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 below show sales during the period indicated. £21 million to £30 million additional capacity created since 2016)

In March 2019 Klingele Group acquired 50% of Onboard

The German-based family-owned Klingele Group, one of Europe’s leading independently owned manufacturers of paper and packaging have acquired 50% of Onboard Corrugated Limited


Onboard Corrugated Limited has been growing steadily over the past few years by virtue of very competitive prices, a wide range of board grades and very short lead times helped by the strong strategic partnerships with like-minded independent box plants. The Klingele Group, the family-owned company is an international supplier of paper and have two paper mills, twelve corrugated cardboard plants and eight processing plants. These plants employ a total of 2,400 people achieving a turnover approaching a billion Euros. Klingele is also part of the pan European alliance Blue Box Partners.


Jan Klingele, Managing Partner of the Klingele Group stated, “We have known Onboard Corrugated for many years as a trustworthy customer for our corrugated base papers. With our investment we want to further support the positive development of the company and participate in the successful growth of the sheet-feeding business, I am delighted to support Onboard even more in the future and looking forward to the journey ahead."

Paul Jundu founder and CEO of Onboard said “Onboard has come a long way since starting this project. I firmly believe with the vast re-sources and experience of the Klingele Group now behind us, Onboard can continue to grow its status as the UK’s only pure sheet feeder that doesn’t directly compete with its customers. It really is excellent news for our customers, suppliers and staff and I look forward to this exciting journey.”



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