When you need people to prep, pack or kit, we want you to think Prepackit.
Meet Our Directors
Sean Billington and Michael Clapton established Prepackit Ltd in July 2019.
Sean is an experienced Print & Production Director and the owner of JJ Print Finishers (since 2006). Michael is a Recruitment Entrepreneur that set-up Regional Recruitment Services in 2008 and stayed working at the sharp end of the temporary staffing sector until selling and leaving the company in 2018.
They enjoyed a successful customer and supplier relationship for over 9 years, before launching Prepackit. Together they now combine over 40 years’ service delivery experience and top-level account management in high-pressure industries.
Here is what Michael said about why they established Prepackit:
“We see ourselves as a fully managed contract packing service provider that can also act as a cost-effective alternative to managing finishing projects in-house. Our business experiences, expertise and work ethic are a perfect match for this type of business process outsourcing. And we both love delivering outstanding service in competitive marketplaces and providing our customers with excellent value for money.”
Whilst Michael focuses his energy on starting new relationships, managing accounts and executing our recruitment strategy, Sean takes responsibility for managing our fluctuating workforce, production scheduling, stock control and our goods inward processes.
Here is what Sean said about why he’s diversified into different markets with Prepackit:
“Specialist finishing services and automatic collation for the print trade has remained static for JJ whilst our contract packing, and fulfilment services has grown year-on-year. We’ve developed a strong reputation locally for contract packing with companies I’ve been servicing for years, but the JJ brand will always be associated with print finishing. By opening Prepackit alongside JJ in our Glen Parva factory, we’re able to lean on the support of my loyal team and take advantage of the storage facilities and machinery.”