What’s in a name – flexible packaging? Well, we think it’s the clue to our success at Moore and Buckle.Over 41 years we have built a package of expert skills and knowledge which today makes us the go-to company in our sector.
And we have remained flexible, adapting to meet customer needs great and small. We can provide a production run of one up to a million or more, with no minimum order quantity required.
We have the R and D capacity to prevent a seed germinating in a pouch for 25 years and the technical skills to recover your damaged reel of expensive laminate. We do this and much more, from pouch conversion and laminating to reel slitting and die cutting. If you have a packaging challenge, our team will find a solution.We like being tested.
Safety matters at Moore and Buckle. All our manufacturing adheres to the British Retail Consortium’s HACCP guidelines ensuring the safety of products being sold. We hold the BRC’s AA rating for Food Safety, the highest grade possible. We’ve also incorporated the Pharmaceutical standard PS9000:2011 for all activities at our production centre in St.Helens, in the North West of the UK.
And we enjoy sharing our knowledge. If flexible packaging is a foreign language to you, but you think your new product might benefit from it, there’s no better place to start your learning journey than at Moore and Buckle. Customers ask us questions every day, and we keep coming up with the answers. That’s one reason why they see us as partners, not simply suppliers.
We’re Moore and Buckle – proud of our UK manufacturing heritage. Always striving for excellence. Totally committed to our customers.
Moore and Buckle was founded in 1981 and we are very proud of our UK manufacturing heritage, and the reputation we have built for customer service and quality.
Much of the secret of our success is down to the skilled team we have grown at M&B. Many of our staff have been with the company a long time. For example, Paul, Sue, John & Tom have amassed over 130 years of experience at Moore & Buckle between them!
Such dedication provides us with an unmatched wealth of experience and knowledge – and gives the company a true family feel. We all work together to please our customers and provide a first class service and products. That’s the M&B way.
Damian joined Moore & Buckle in 2016, originally being involved with operations, sales and marketing, with a particular focus on developing new business and the company website. He took over the Managing Director role from Derek in 2020.
A former Business Development Manager at Betterlife from Lloyds Pharmacy, Damian spent almost a decade in the mobility industry, helping the company grow from a small family run business to an enterprise with a turnover of over £25m. Damian was part of a small team who won the 2015 Retail Week award for Store Design of the Year.
Damian is the sole Manchester United fan in the office so is often quiet on a Monday these days. A native of Blackpool, he now lives in Preston with his wife and 2 sons.
George joined Moore & Buckle in 2011and is responsible for planning our production schedule
He joined the team from college and has established a deep knowledge of the business, with an excellent understanding of the industry based on his experience.
George is the self-proclaimed karaoke king and is the coach of a junior rugby league team. He was born just outside Wigan but now resides on the sunny side of Billinge Hill in St. Helens.
Derek joined Moore & Buckle in 2004, having previously worked with Mike Moore, Barry Buckle and former MD, Bruce Pritchard at Metal Box in Speke. He came to M&B to replace Mike Moore who was retiring and Derek and Bruce ran the company jointly until Derek took up the MD role in 2014. He is now on the wind down to retirement, but still remains involved with M&B in an advisory role.
Derek’s spent most of his adult life in packaging and print and brings a wealth of experience and expertise to Moore & Buckle. In that time, he’s started up two successful companies in the print and promotions industries.
A proud scouser and former season ticket holder at Liverpool FC, Derek is also a golfing ringer, claiming he needs to play off 19. Derek has lived on the Wirral for over 30 years with his wife Judith and has two grown up children.