- Contract Packaging
- Leaders in Packaging
Article | March 31, 2003
Sonic Air Systems (Brea, CA) moved its headquarters to 1050 Beacon St., Brea, CA, 92821, phone: 800/827-6642, fax: 714/255-8366.
Pechiney Plastic Packaging (Chicago IL) opened a full-service flexible plant in San Leandro CA.
Ranpak (Concord Township OH) opened a new manufacturing plant in Reno NV.
O. Berk Co. (Union NJ) is relocating its Port Washington NY office to Mineola NY.
Hart Design & Mfg. (Green Bay WI) entered into an agreement with B&B Packaging Technology (Hopsten Germany) to be the exclusive sales representative for B&B in the United States and Canada.
Ampacet (Heath OH) has completed a $10 million expansion of its Heath OH custom color masterbatch production facility.
DT Packaging Systems (Leominster MA) moved into its new North American headquarters at 7 New Lancaster Rd Box 929 Leominster MA 01453 phone: 978/537-8534 fax: 978/840-0730.
Tuscarora (New Brighton PA) acquired the assets and business of Specor Systems (Eau Claire WI).
ID Technology (Fort Worth TX) has relocated its New England regional office to Mansfield MA. Also the company was recently re-certified as a full-service Zebra (Vernon Hills IL) authorized service provider for 2003.
Specialty Films & Associates an Exopack company (Spartanburg SC) and RJR Packaging (Winston-Salem NC) formed an alliance where Exopack will supply retort pouches for foods and pet foods made of laminates provided by RJR.
Dean Lindsay Design (Chicago IL) has been formed by Dean Lindsay who has designed packaging for companies such as Kraft Foods Nabisco Nestlé and Quaker Oats.
Alcoa Closure Systems (Pittsburgh PA) will expand its plastic closure mfg. capacity in North America and China.
Packaging Machines Intl. (Elk Grove IL) unveils a new line of corrugated packaging equipment including custom engineered product handling for case and tray packers.
Reynolds Foodservice (Lincolnshire IL) and Ivex Packaging (Lincolnshire IL) integrated and combined into Reynolds Food Packaging an Alcoa business.
Weber Marking Systems (Arlington Heights IL) acquired Mark-O-Print (Lubeck Germany).
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