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Cheverton and Laidler

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January 1945.

of Chelver Works, Princes Risborough, Aylesbury, Bucks. Telephone: Princes Risborough 63. Cables: "Chelver, Princes Risborough"

Proprietor: Henry F. Laidler

1920 Cheverton and Laidler formed as a printing company.

Development has lead to an appreciation of the industry that allows work in partnership with customers to find total solutions to meet their exact requirements.

Chevler Packaging's long-standing commitment to packaging ensures advice and tailoring of products to fit customer's specific needs, machines and processes.

1947 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers for the Export and Home Market, Cardboard and Waxed Food Containers, Crimped Paper Cases for Food Packers, Paper Serviettes, Tablecloths, Traycloths, Plate Papers, Cake Frills, Calendars and Greeting Cards. [1]

The company has expanded from Princes Risborough and now also operate from Bristol and Hengoed (South Wales). They have also diversified into other product categories to offer Crimped Cases (since 1962), Plastics (1977) and Meat Saver Paper (1987)

  • Note: (09/08)
    • The company is still in Princes Risborough and has its own website: [1]

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