ePac to open flexible packaging plant
ePac Boulder will specialize in serving the flexible packaging needs of brands of all types and sizes, from start-ups to global brands.
ePac Holdings, Middleton, Wis., announced plans to open its next plant in Boulder, Colo., in the fall, serving Colorado and surrounding markets.
ePac Boulder will specialize in serving the flexible packaging needs of brands of all types and sizes, from start-ups to global brands. Until the Boulder facility opens, all orders will be manufactured in ePac’s Wisconsin plant.
“We’re excited to be building ePac’s next location in the Boulder area,” says Dustin Steerman, executive vice president, ePac Boulder. “As the epicenter of the natural/organic food market and a vibrant cannabis industry, we are already working with local brands providing new packaging solutions and an alternative to packaging produced overseas. Our rapid job turnaround time, quality and overall value propositon are truly what differentiates ePac.”
“ePac offers brand marketers the chance to think differently about packaging,” adds Carl Joachim, chief marketing officer. “We enable brands to rapidly bring new products to market, conduct highly targeted campaigns and the ability to use new cutting-edge software tools to increase shelf appeal.”
“We’ve seen tremendous market response to ePac’s unique value proposition, which is built on providing a complete solution from pre-press through converting,” says Virag Patel, co-CEO. “By providing turnaround time within 10 days for most jobs and offering low minimum order quantities, we can offer our customers solutions that, until now, were just not available. Based on our early success in Middleton, it was time to add our second site in Colorado.”