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Pearson Packaging Systems acquires Goodman Packaging Equipment

Pearson Packaging Systems, manufacturer of secondary packaging equipment, is acquiring Goodman Packaging Equipment, a Chicago-area based producer of top loading case packers.
FILED IN:  Machinery  > Case packing
The newly formed company will be led by Michael A. Senske, President and CEO of Pearson Packaging Systems and will operate out of Spokane, Washington under the Pearson Packaging Systems name, effective immediately. Pearson Packaging Systems will retain engineering, service, and sales support in the Chicago area.

“This is a tremendous opportunity for Pearson Packaging Systems to further leverage our commitment towards growing our business and providing a full spectrum of products to our customers,” said Michael A.Senske. “By acquiring Goodman Packaging Equipment, we expand our ability to give customers a well rounded product offering for their secondary packaging operations.”

“We are pleased to be acquired by Pearson Packaging Systems; a company with such a strong reputation for producing high quality equipment and then standing behind their product line,” said Billy Goodman, President of Goodman Packaging Equipment. “I am confident our customers will be very pleased with Pearson and the complete end-of-line packaging solutions that we collectively now provide.”

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