Inland Packaging added 50,000 square feet to its La Crosse, Wis., headquarters facility. The new space will house finished goods warehousing and distribution, and is expected to add 50 new positions.
“As we continue to grow at Inland, it was important for us to look into how we could expand our current footprint,” says Garet Wetzel, vice president of supply chain. “Having these facilities will give us the flexibility to add additional equipment and continue providing quality products and services for our customers.”
Inland is also scheduled to install a new flexographic printing press in July and two new XL offset printing presses by October. Plans are in place to have the first of the new presses running at full capacity by mid-July.