Lee Filters

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Lee Filters

Lee Filters was founded in 1967 as part of the group that became Lee International. Lee Filters is now owned by Panavision. Lee Filters has gone on to become the world’s leading manufacturer of lighting, architectural and camera filters, developing precision products for photographers, cinematographers, lighting designers and architects with offices in both the UK and the USA.

The Challenge

Lee Filters had traditionally used cardboard packaging for its resin and polyester filters, but needed to find a more robust solution specifically for its glass filter range. Based on customer feedback, they required packaging which was more robust, durable in the field and offered protection to the product. The packaging also had to be a specific size to fit the filter and required additional protection internally for the product.

The Solution

The team at Lee Filters undertook a lot of research to find the right material for their product and considered hardened plastic and stronger cardboard. In the end tin packaging ticked all the boxes, not only did it offer the durability required, it also worked out cheaper than the other solutions. A key element of the packaging was the foam insert, which was designed specifically to fit and protect the product.

What Lee Filters Say:

"Close collaboration is a key element for any procurement team –Tinware Direct were able to meet this requirement and also offered us the perfect packaging solution for our product at a price within our budget. They just ticked all the right boxes .”

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