LifeArt: the future of coffin production

LifeArt News - Coffins

At LifeArt, we focus on making personalised coffins that have a much lower impact on the planet than those made of high emission materials like MDF or particleboard.

But it’s not just the end product that has to make a difference.

Manufacturing processes and transportation are also important. Really important.

We’ve created an agile, customer-oriented coffin production system that can be set up to make coffins and caskets at scale within days.

In a matter of minutes, we’re able to switch easily between producing tapered coffins, favoured by families in the UK, Australia and France; straight-sided caskets, commonly used in Asia and the USA; or slanted shapes which are traditional in the Netherlands, Belgium and Scandinavia.

This approach is allowing us to set up factories with minimal fuss around the world, helping more families to reduce the impact of funerals on the environment and create a dignified, personal tribute to a loved one.

LifeArt takes a similarly agile approach to product delivery.

Our lightweight trucks can access hard-to-reach areas and take up less space than articulated vehicles.

We deliver overnight to help keep vehicles off the road during the day, reducing pollution in towns and cities.

And crucially, we provide a reliable just-in-time service that removes the need to store dozens, if not hundreds, of coffins at a funeral home.

For funeral directors, this is a potential gamechanger.

Imagine what you could do with the freed-up space - additional facilities for families, more refrigeration capacity, or a showroom for coffins and memorial products?

The future of coffin manufacturing has arrived - and LifeArt has delivered it.

Contact LifeArt today to find out how your business can help families reduce the environmental impact of funerals.

LifeArtLifeArt International Pty Ltd+(44) 7904 831 228mikeg@lifeart.com10F No 17 Pennington St, Pennington Commercial Building, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Thursday, 16 February 2023
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