JenTel Packing - our commitment to sustainability and reducing our impact on the environment

JenTel Packing have always been conscious of our responsibility in reducing the impact on the environment. Through continuous research around materials and our own methods, we have been able to reduce our Impact on the environment and in turn, that of our clients.


Plastic waste and conscious delivery of sustainable alternatives is now at the forefront of packaging industry. JenTel Packing continually monitor the packaging materials manufacturing sector to introduce new and more sustainable / recyclable solutions, therefore reducing waste to landfill. Our recent introduction, and something we regularly to protect delicate items is the traditional bubble wrap. The new material is a recycled alternative, and just as effective.

Many of our larger items, or consolidated consignments are packed into cases, constructed from timber sustainably sourced.


With over £13Bn of items purchased at auction every year, there are thousands of journeys to collect, pack and distribute those items to buyers. In order to reduce our own impact, we have introduced new services that naturally reduce our carbon footprint, and expanded our highly popular service, Consolidated Consignments, which in turn reduces the journeys we make, and by its very nature, we can collectively pack multiple items as one consignment which reduces the use of plastic packaging materials.

The introduction of our Direct Delivery service means we don’t need to use packaging materials, and reduces our use of road transport.

We are committed to a continually
reducing in our carbon footprint!

With the introduction and expansion of our commercial fleet, our new vehicles have allowed us to dramatically reduce emissions whilst maintaining the quality and functionality of our services.

JenTel Packing are committed to continually reduce our impact on the environment. Recycling more, reducing emissions, expanding services and helping our clients to purchase items and receive them in a continually increasing sustainable manner.