Karlville and ePac team up on new innovation facility

The joint initiative is the first step in a longer term strategic collaborative relationship designed to speed research and development of manufacturing solutions for flexible packaging.

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Karlville and ePac Holdings, LLC will establish a digital flexible packaging facility at its Miami headquarters.

ePac is a flexible packaging company focused on the quick turn, short to medium run length market, based on the latest in digital printing technology.

Karlville, a global company known for innovative packaging solutions, will add ePac commercial operations to its incubation lab and showroom facilities in Miami, Florida. The joint initiative is the first step in a longer term strategic collaborative relationship designed to speed research and development of manufacturing solutions for flexible packaging. This arrangement will enable ePac Miami to serve its local market, while at the same time work with Karlville on innovation projects and create a working showroom for Karlville customers.

As a working show room, the initiative will reinforce Karlville’s core machine competencies in lamination, coating, slitting, inspection and pouch making. ePac Miami will be equipped with Karlville Solventless and HP Indigo Pack Ready laminators, slitters and stand up pouch makers. As an incubation strategy, the arrangement will enable new technologies in lamination, coating and curing to lower cost, increase performance, create a testing ground for new materials, and to broaden diversity in pouch formats.

“This new cooperation with ePac gives us the opportunity to refine our machinery solutions and build a stronger technical support team for digitally printed flexible packaging. We are happy to be working closely with both HP and ePac to help push digital business to the next level,” says John Price, Karlville President.

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