The No-Nail Boxes company (Europe)
The idea of a folding box made of plywood first germinated in 1920 in Australia to the Belarusian A. KAMPEROV.
Since 1936, the No-NAIL process was patented and the production started in a plant at Liverpool.
In 1961, a subsidiary opened in Luxemburg in the centre of Ettelbruck. In 1972, the plant was relocated to Warken, in the periphery of Ettelbruck.
From January 2006 onwards the production has been transferred to Wiltz (Luxemburg).
Today, some forty persons work for the company, producing around 250.000 folding boxes made of plywood and steel a year. More than 85 % are made to measure for the particular requirements of the clients.
The boxes are sold in Europe: The Netherlands, France, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy and Luxemburg.
Most boxes are intended for export, they are shipped by air, land or sea, to the four corners of the world.
The NO-NAIL BOXES (EUROPE) clients are active in the sectors of chemistry, electronics, mechanics, the precision tool industry, the car industry, ...