Year End Letter and Shut-down Dates 2015

Dear Valued Customers

2015 has been an extraordinary year with Packit now proudly operating under the KayDav Group which with it has brought many positives that has allowed Packit to pass onto customers. We hope to continue grow in all aspects as we venture forward with our partners in business and hope to reap the rewards of 2016

During 2015 we had a significant increase in web-based enquiries. Thank you for this interest in Packit. In all cases we try to respond to enquiries and I trust your enquiry was dealt with professionally. We have, unfortunately, had sporadic problems with our server which may have resulted in some “lost” emails. If this affected you we do apologise.

We have increased our stock holdings almost across the board, but especially in the area of styrene food trays and food film, heat sealers, continuous band sealers, vacuum packers, hand wrappers and more. This was done to improve stock continuity and service which we trust you have benefited from.

Again, thank you for the support. We hope to be of further service in the New Year.

We wish you well over the Festive Season and a prosperous 2016.

Please note the following shutdown dates,

Staff Party – Closed From 12:00 on the 15th of December 2015

Shutdown – Closed on the 24th of December 2015 and Open on the 4th of January 2016

Barry Boonzaier

General Manager

Packit Packaging Solutions is pleased to announce that in line with the exemption that we have received, we have made contingency plans for our operations to remain operational during the national shutdown announced by the government. If you are an essential service provider and require any assistance during the lockdown please contact us on our respective office numbers or alternatively call one of our representatives listed on our website. All key members of our team will have full access to emails during this period and our support services will continue as per normal. (Learn more and stay informed about the COVID-19 national pandemic and how it affects you at