Seville Flexpack Corporation has hired Milwaukee-based TKO Miller to market and sell the 38-year-old company.

As the sales process gets underway, Seville’s interim management team is taking aggressive steps to position the company for growth and expansion.

“Seville has a long history and proud tradition of leading the way in the innovation and development of high performance flexible packaging,” says Laxson Boyd, Seville’s interim CEO. “We’re working hard to build on that foundation—bringing on new customers, investing more than $500,000 in new technologies and expanded capabilities for our presses, making improvements to our plants and developing our team through both hiring and promotion from within.”

Founded in 1978 by Walter J. Yakich as a private manufacturer of high-quality flexible packaging, Seville Flexpack Corporation supplies a wide range of end markets including food, beverages, pharmaceuticals, medical supplies, personal products and confectionary. The company offers rotogravure and flexographic printing, solvent-free laminations, registered cold seal, registered pattern heat seal coatings, single- and multiple-ply laminations and pouch fabrication from its two contiguous facilities located in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.


Seville Flexpack Corporation