Inland joins Flexible Packaging Association

Inland has become a converter member of Flexible Packaging Association (FPA) as part of its ongoing expansion into new markets and packaging products.
Inland rebranded last year, dropping 'Label' from its corporate identity

This has seen Inland acquire Monet Graphics, a flexographic print company based out of Downingtown, Pennsylvania, and expand its manufacturing capabillities and product offering to include peel and resealable packaging options. The converter also rebranded last year, dropping ‘Label’ from its corporate identity.

FPA is a trade association for converters of flexible packaging and suppliers to the industry. As the association for the fastest growing segment in the packaging industry, FPA provides information to its members through focused services, including industry research, data collection, promotion and representation. According to FPA’s State of the US Flexible Packaging Industry Report 2015, flexible packaging represents about 19 percent of the total 164 billion USD US packaging industry.

‘This association was a perfect fit for Inland as we continue to expand our capabilities in flexible and resealable packaging,’ commented Scott May, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Inland. ‘We want to be assured that we’re staying up to date on the latest industry trends and proactively providing the best product offerings for our customers.’