Bradman Lake Group Ltd. is a privately held Company established over 30 years ago and now employing 150 people with manufacturing facilities in Bristol, England, Charlotte NC established in USA in 1990 and Wiggensbach, Germany, acquired in 2003. It is an international company with customers in 55 countries around the world.
Our objective is to supply quality solutions that meet customers’ packaging needs. We offer technically advanced cartoning machinery developed by the company with worldwide-patented features and complemented by a range of standard machines. All are supported by after-sales service second to none.
Technical development is the key to our business and keeps Bradman Lake ahead of competitors. We have launched a new machine every year since our inception and the pace of development has accelerated in recent years. The latest computer technology is used to design and build a complete range of Top Load, End Load, Wraparound cartoning machines and product handling systems, readily adapted and installed to individual customer needs. We can provide a complete turnkey packaging line service, management and technical support to ensure that customers achieve maximum efficiency and productivity gains.
Sales & Technical Support
Bradman Lake has a direct sales force located strategically in Europe and the US, backed by a network of agents and distributors around the world. A Technical Service Department, supported by a well-stocked spare parts inventory and supplier alliances, enables us to provide technical support around the world.
A new Group company dedicated to the cause of total packaging line efficiency. Its role is to apply the electronic machine controls, production monitoring and diagnostic technology developed within the Group to the benefit of customers.
Bradman Lake cartoning machines are used extensively in the prepared food, frozen food, chilled foods, cereal, bakery, dairy, candy, household, medical, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. Bradman Lake machines incorporate significant use of stainless steel, aluminium and high performance plastics, and are built to European Frozen Food standards; therefore they are ideally suited for the operating conditions that exist in these industries.