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Product Summary: Closures, Containers, Flexible Packaging, Contract Packaging, Package Design
View our comprehensive line of stock, custom and specialty closures that offer options in many markets. We are a full-service manufacturing firm specializing in injection-molded closures. Our experienced design team creates unique, innovative packages for any market.
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Address: 1899 High Grove Lane
Country: United States
Phoenix Closures offers the most comprehensive line of closures in the packaging industry. We supply the top food, beverage, pharmaceutical, and industrial markets with innovative sealing solutions designed to maximize the marketing impact of their packaging.
Founded in 1890 by John S. Giles, we have evolved with the world’s packaging needs over the last 125 years--moving from glass to metal to plastic. Phoenix is now managed by the sixth generation of the Giles family and is the largest privately-held closure manufacturer in North America.
In July 2012, we opened our fourth manufacturing site in Greencastle, Indiana. This plant joins our Naperville, IL; Davenport, IA; and Newport, TN locations. In addition, we also have a Distribution Center in Ontario, CA to help service the needs of our customers west of the Rocky Mountains.
Phoenix Closures is committed to providing top-notch service, and our extensive industry knowledge allows us to consistently deliver results to meet every necessity.
Stock closures, custom closures, specialty closures, packaging design, technical services, product development, inventory programs
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