Label Technology Moves Flexible Packaging Operations to New GMP-Compliant Facility
The new location is outfitted with Label Technology’s most sophisticated flexible packaging presses, lamination systems and pouch making production lines.
Label Technology, Inc., a leading converter of flexible packaging, finished pouches and pressure-sensitive labels, has announced that it has completed the transfer of its flexible packaging operations to a 90,000 square foot manufacturing location down the street from its current building. Its existing 60,000 square foot location will continue to house all pressure-sensitive label operations as well as administration, sales, graphics, and customer service.
“I am extremely excited to announce that we have completed the move into our state-of-the-art flexible packaging production facility,” says David Bankson, president and CEO of Label Technology. “This building gives us the capacity to continue to grow in addition to supporting our ongoing GMP and lean programs. Our team has done a tremendous job of designing and implementing an outstanding and very impressive facility.”
The new building is fully GMP compliant and received an outstanding score (940 out of a possible 1,000) under the requirements of AIB International’s Consolidated Standards for Food Contact Packaging Manufacturing Facilities.
The new location is outfitted with Label Technology’s most sophisticated flexible packaging presses, lamination systems and pouch making production lines. The building will also house its extensive flexible packaging raw material inventory, which allows the company to meet quick-turn requirements for printed film.
Label Technology, Inc.