ePac Flexible Packaging to Open All-Digital Production Facility in Austin, Texas
SCHILLER PARK, Ill. - November 13, 2018 - ePac Flexible Packaging, a market leader in quick-turn, short to medium length run length production of flexible packaging, has announced that its next location will open in Austin, Texas, in early 2019, with order taking now available.
The company will serve food manufacturers, producers of lawn and garden, pet food, and sports nutrition products in the Austin/San Antonio area. Enabled by the latest in digital printing technology, ePac primarily serves small and medium-sized businesses, who benefit from 3-week turn time, high definition quality graphics, custom printing, low minimum orders, and the ability to order to demand to reduce inventory and obsolescence.
ePac first opened for business in May 2016 in Madison, Wis., and has since added plants in Boulder, Colo., Chicago, Miami, and now Austin, Texas. Additional locations in Atlanta, Boston and Los Angeles are underway. This extended footprint, of all digital full-service flexible packaging plants across the United States, provides brands of all sizes the ability to introduce new products faster, run more promotions, make changes on the fly, and order to demand. ePac is a full-service flexible packaging converter providing all prepress, digital printing, laminating, and pouch making onsite.
According to Austin resident Carl Joachim, Co-Founder and CMO of ePac: “In each market we have gone into, local small and medium-sized businesses see ePac as a great option to long lead times, high minimum order requirements, and overseas packaging suppliers”.
Added Robert Laird, General Manager of ePac Austin: “In addition to manufacturing and graphics jobs we will create locally, Austin is also where ePac’s corporate finance and marketing functions for the company will be located.”
The manufacturing facility will be located at 4509 Freidrich Lane, Building 1, in Austin.
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