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  • 25 May 2018

Green Bay Packaging moves to expanded southern California facility

Green Bay Packaging moves to expanded facility

Green Bay Packaging’s coated products operations has moved its pressure-sensitive label stock slitting and distribution facility to Redlands, California. Green Bay Packaging previously served southern California from a site in Rancho Cucamonga.

The Redlands location puts the company in a better position to serve its West Coast customers. The facility is larger, offering more space to hold inventory. In addition, new state-of-the-art equipment was installed, increasing slitting capacity.

‘Our business in the western US is strong. We are fortunate that our customers have put their faith in us as a trusted supplier and partner in their success. This investment will ensure that we have the right materials and equipment to help them grow,’ said Green Bay Packaging Senior vice president Marty Olson.

The coated products operations of Green Bay Packaging is a manufacturer of pressure-sensitive paper and films for a variety of labeling applications, including primary package decoration and variable information.

Headquartered in Green Bay, Wisconsin, coated products has three coating facilities located in Green Bay; Winchester, Virginia; and Mexico City. In addition, material is slit and distributed from four other locations in the United States, two in Canada, and two in Mexico.


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