Our Year in Review

Great to look back at a successful year full of change and look forward to see what 2020 brings.

PPMA Total Show,
Birmingham NEC, October 2019

Grunwald UK had the opportunity to have on our stand the largest Grunwald machine ever to be exhibited in the UK. This very impressive 6-lane linear created lots of interest and it was great to be able to showcase one of our larger machines.
This year all three of the Grunwald UK Directors, James Causebrook, Samantha Smith and Catherine Causebrook were able to be at the show for the full duration as well as the Anton Alt, the Sales Director, from our principle company, Grunwald GmbH. It was great to have such a wealth of experience and knowledge on hand to chat to customers past and future.

We were able to continue our commitment to STEM and the PPMA Best program by having one of our engineers, Ryan, help host the students visiting the show and have the groups of students from across the UK visit our stand.

An interview from the PPMA Show with Grunwald UK Managing Director, james Causebrook.


STEM Day at our Local High School

Delighted to be supporting education and in particular engineering by running a STEM day at our local Girls High School. With the support of PPMA Best (the educational branch of the PPMA) and EDT (the Engineering Development Trust) we spent a day running a succesful STEM day engaging with 120 Year 9 students at Kesteven and Sleaford Girls High School, hoping to inspire a new generation of engineers.












For more information on our STEM day click the button below


Our Year in Review

Great to look back at some of the highlights in 2018.

PPMA Board of Directors

We're pleased to announce that James Causebrook, the Director for Grunwald UK, has been voted onto the PPMA Board of Directors for 2019/2020.

He is looking forward to supporting the Processing and Packaging Industry and giving back to an industry he feels passionate about. 

The Season for Giving

At Grunwald/Langguth UK we’ve taken the ‘Season for Giving’ to heart and made a cash donation to our local Food Bank, the Sleaford New Life Community Larder.

Food bank use in the UK has soared at a higher rate than ever before with fourteen million people living below the poverty line in the UK and it’s estimated that 60% of those are working families.

Low income is the biggest single (and fastest growing) reason for referral to food banks, as well as debt, the rise in housing costs and utility bills as well as changes and delays in benefit payments.

A lot of food banks do a lot more than providing food. Many offer services like money advice and Fuel Banks, helping people to break the cycle of poverty.

If you can, have a look at how you can support your local Food Bank. The smallest donation can make a big change, not just at Christmas but throughout the year.

PPMA Board of Directors Election

James Causebrook has put himself forward to be on the Board of Directors for the PPMA. Below is his manifesto.


James Causebrook - PPMA Directors Application Manifesto






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