Wis. Gov. at Kendall Packaging Jefferson facility

Eric Erickson III (left), Kendall Packaging president and chief executive officer, and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker 

Kendall Packaging Corp. – a provider of high-quality flexible packaging solutions serving a variety of markets inside the food-, personal-care-, and pet-food industries – hosted Wis. Gov. Scott Walker at the official grand opening of its expanded Jefferson, Wis., facility on Fri., May 9.

Walker toured the 56,000-square-foot addition with Eric Erickson III, Kendall Packaging president and chief executive officer, as well as addressed open house attendees.
The expansion has increased the plant’s production capacity and doubled the storage capacity.  Features of the expanded production facility include:
  • New lamination capabilities.
  • New slitting and finishing equipment.
  • Complete press sleeve storage system to compliment a10-color W&H Miraflex press installed in late 2012.
  • A new quality assurance lab.
  • Skylights to reduce energy consumption.
  • An employee fitness room.
The addition to the Jefferson facility comes after the successful launch of Kendall’s natural-cheese-, fresh- and frozen-vegetable-, and pet-food product lines, as well as the installation of new presses in the company’s production facilities in Jefferson, Wis., and Pittsburg, Kan. The expansion aligns with Kendall’s commitment to invest in its facilities and equipment in order to improve efficiencies and work flows.
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