ePac Flexible Packaging is expanding once again, this time into the Atlanta market. Order taking is now open, with fulfillment currently being completed by one of ePac’s four other open locations until a Gwinnett County plant comes online in early 2019.
Established in 2016, ePac is a leader in short and medium run-length, quick-turn pouches and rollstock for brands of all sizes. ePac is the first U.S.-based flexible packaging company built entirely on emerging digital printing technology, providing brands of all sizes rapid turnaround and the ability to order custom printed short and medium run length jobs with photo-quality graphics.
ePac Atlanta is a partnership between ePac Holdings, Windell McGill, and F&S Capital, a Tulsa-based investment company that focuses on innovative business models and market opportunities that deliver maximum returns. Windell McGill will serve as the company’s managing partner. McGill has lived in the greater Atlanta area for over 30 years and has extensive experience in digital printing and packaging, most recently with Hewlett Packard in Alpharetta.
“We’re delighted to add ePac Atlanta to our rapidly growing business,” notes Virag Patel, ePac COO. “This will bring the number of announced ePac locations to seven, four of which are operational today, and the balance slated to open early next year.”