Bryson Packaging is a family run business established in 1975 by Keith Robinson who qualified as a Design Engineer and later became Sales Manager of an International, Packaging Machinery Company.

Having spent many years in the packaging machinery business Keith realized the need for a company which was able to offer, consistent quality packaging films along with, reliable service.

Due to his involvement with polythene shrink wrapping machinery, Bryson initially specialized in the supply of polythene shrink film, expanding the range to include PVC and Polyolefin to meet customer needs.

By offering an efficient, and customer oriented service the business branched out into other fields which include pallet stretch wrap conversion and general packaging products.

In 1993 Bryson Packaging acquired SMC Industrial Packaging, a Burnley based company, who were competitors in the PVC shrink film market.

Bryson Packaging is now being run by the second generation as Lisa Robinson-Fisher, who has spent many years with the company, is now responsible for the day to day operation.

Although the principle activity is still shrink wrapping, Bryson Packaging are ever mindful of the origins on which the company was founded, and that is to supply the customer with products they want, when they want.