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About Us


Since 2005, we've been providing guidance, advice and solutions to current and future generations of entrepreneurs and established businesses that are looking to bring their concept to fruition.

We pride ourselves on personal customer service. You will be provided with a team member that is dedicated to ensuring you are not only satisfied but impressed that you, as the customer, you are our main priority and not just a number.

Sourcing locally and internationally, Total Packaging Solutions allows your imagination to run wild! You can tap into an extensive supply range base, as well as take the opportunity to source just about any new item you are looking for.

Who We Are


Who We Are


Josh Woodcock

Managing Director

Josh has extensive experience in dealing with client requirements of all shapes and sizes. As a former senior manager in a well known food retail group, Josh has a proven background in delivering packaging solutions that are not only appealing, but present well and stand out in the crowd. His fastidious attention to detail ensures your solution does what it's suppose to do - first time, every time.

 

Justin Woodcock

Head of Operations - Australia

Justin brings a wealth of knowledge and capability to the TPS team. As a fully qualified and accomplished chef, Justin has a strong understanding of the pressures and considerations of operating in a high pressure environment. Justin has also been Managing Director of a well established wholesale food manufacturer and, as such, has first hand experience in what works in a production environment.

 

Fanny Huang

Head of Operations - China

Fanny has been a member of the TPS team since 2005 and has a wealth of experience in ensuring logistics, quality control and competitive commercial terms are in place with our production partners.

 

Sacura Yuan

Logistics Manager - China

Sacura has been a member of the TPS team since 2007 and has an eye for detail - which is ideal for her role in ensuring your products make shipment deadlines and meet quality requirements.

Sustainability


Sustainability


Here at Total Packaging Solutions, we are committed to sustainability. 

Total Packaging Solutions have met the due diligence requirements of the Illegal Logging Prohibition Act 2012 and associated regulations for the regulated timber products that we import.

The items that fall under the regulated timber products that we import are made from 100% recycled paper pulp.

Total Packaging Solutions is committed to supporting the Illegal Logging Prohibition Act 2012 and associated regulations, and will continue to check that all items we import are either exempt or are in compliance. 

Hygiene & Food Safety


Hygiene & Food Safety


Within every process and quality control of Total Packaging Solutions products the strictest of hygiene measures are maintained. We require all suppliers of ours that produce products that are intended to be in direct or indirect contact with food to adhere to strict guidelines that include, but are not limited to:

  • The wearing of hair nets and plastic gloves

  • Use of quality checked suppliers of material/s that are food safe

  • Inspection of materials when received

  • Use of process areas that are of a high standard of hygiene, which include being fully enclosed work places

  • Conduct all process in a manner as to maintain the highest standard of hygiene

  • Support package products to preserve their food safety

  • Inspection of goods by our staff before delivery

  • Random inspections of processes and premises

    We also conduct periodical microbiological testing to further ensure our food safety standards are met. 

Supplier Code of Conduct


Supplier Code of Conduct


EMPLOYMENT

1. Non-Discrimination

Total Packaging Solutions (T.P.S.) expects that all suppliers will not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training and employment practices, including compensation, benefits, advancement, discipline, termination or retirement, on the basis of race, color, age, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), marital status, physical or mental disability.

2. Child Labor

T.P.S. requires that suppliers will not employ any person under the age of 16, or younger than the age for completing compulsory education in the country of manufacture where such age is higher than 16. Workers under 18 years of age should not perform work likely to jeopardise the health or safety of young persons.

3. Involuntary Labor

T.P.S. requires that suppliers will not use any forced or involuntary labor, whether prison, bonded, indentured or otherwise.

4. Coercion and Harassment

T.P.S. expects that suppliers will treat each employee with dignity and respect, and will not use corporal punishment, threats of violence or other forms of physical, sexual, psychological or verbal harassment or abuse.

5. Working Hours and Compensation

T.P.S. requires all suppliers to comply with all wage and hour laws as mandated by applicable country law or industry standard. T.P.S. also expects that employees will not routinely work in excess of sixty hours per week and employees will be provided with a minimum of one rest day in every seven-day week.

Suppliers must offer vacation time, leave periods, and holidays consistent with applicable laws and regulations.

6. Statutory Social Security and Welfare Benefits

T.P.S. requires that suppliers will contribute to all statutory social security and welfare funds to which employers and/or employees are required by applicable laws to contribute, including medical insurance, industrial injury insurance, pension, housing and unemployment funds, as well as contribute to these funds on behalf of all employees in accordance with all relevant laws and regulations.

HEALTH & SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT

7. Health and Safety

T.P.S. require that suppliers will provide employees with a safe and healthy workplace in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, ensuring at a minimum, occupational safety, emergency preparedness, industrial hygiene, reasonable access to potable water and sanitary facilities, fire safety, and adequate lighting and ventilation. Any supplier that is a manufacturer will also ensure that the same standards of health and safety are applied in any housing or canteen facilities that it provides for employees.

8. Environment

T.P.S. expects that suppliers will comply with all applicable environmental laws and regulations and ensure that all required environmental permits and registrations are obtained, maintained and kept current and that operational and reporting requirements are followed.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

9. Anti-Piracy

T.P.S. requires that suppliers will respect all intellectual property rights and will not copy or allow third party access to any T.P.S. or T.P.S. client’s content without authorisation, including but not limited to any form of film, video or digital elements, except as necessary to perform obligations under a supplier’s agreement with T.P.S.

IMPLEMENTATION AND COMPLIANCE

These guidelines highlight T.P.S.’s expectations (and in some cases requirements) of the manner in which its suppliers will conduct themselves in their business relationships with T.P.S.
T.P.S. recognises that achieving the standards established in these guidelines will be a dynamic rather than a static process and encourages suppliers to continually improve their workplace conditions.

T.P.S. expects that suppliers will work with their own suppliers and subcontractors to ensure that they also meet the principles of these guidelines or an equivalent set of principles.

T.P.S. conducts an audit that includes physical inspection, and where possible, background check/s, to ascertain if a new supplier meets the guidelines within this Supplier Code of Conduct, before commencing business with each supplier. A supplier may be given time to comply with these guidelines if they are found to be at least 75% compliant and that it is foreseeable they have the ability to be fully compliant within a short period of time.

T.P.S. conducts continual monitoring of all suppliers to ensure they maintain compliance of the Supplier Code of Conduct.
T.P.S. may visit a supplier’s facility, with or without notice, to assess compliance with this Code.

It is entirely within T.P.S.’s discretion whether to continue to use a supplier.
All suppliers are aware that the failure to consistently meet these standards will impact the future ability to do business with T.P.S., and may at its discretion, decide to cease all business activities as well as reserve the right to take such actions as it deems appropriate.