A new flexible packaging production line with advanced converting technology has been set up at Reynolds Packaging. This new line for manufacturing flexible packaging will be the workhorse of converting for our growing company.
When COVID-19 hit in 2020, new goals were thrust upon us. We added a production line and pivoted to manufacture a wider variety of items, including masks and filters. With 20/20 hindsight, Reynolds Packaging is ready for whatever 2021 throws at us.
The 60-foot converting machine is trailblazing past the flexible packaging industry ways of old. Features of the advanced converting technology include:
The materials used to produce the flexible packaging range from unsupported compostable films, paper products and fully engineered/laminated structures. These packages eventually end up on the grocery store shelf. When you open a bag of pet food at home, it might be from our new flexible packaging line.
“Almost everything gets packaged in a bag.” Kelly Reynolds noted. ” So, next time you are in the grocery store, you may be picking up a product that started right here in Green Bay.”
Reynolds Packaging, of Green Bay, Wisconsin, manufacturers traditional and sustainable flexible packaging, plus Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Reynolds Packaging was honored as Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year in the Wisconsin 2020 Marketplace Governor’s Awards. Drop us a line anytime or give us a call, 920-569-5700.