Sandpoint, Idaho (PRWEB) November 30, 2011
Unicep Packaging, Inc., a Sandpoint, Idaho based contract packaging company, recently promoted Greg Taylor to Vice President of Operations. Taylor joined UPI in 2007 as Director of Program Management and will continue to lead the Program Management organization in his new role. “It makes sense to have our operations and Program Management groups function under the same leadership,” Marcus Anderson, President of UPI, stated, “This will continue to enhance the seamless transition of new product programs into production.”
Prior to UPI, Taylor was employed by KeyTronicEMS, a value-added electronic manufacturing service provider in Spokane, WA holding leadership positions in high volume manufacturing operations and played a key role in the company’s transition to a Program Management model.
Taylor will lead UPI’s continued growth as the company secures additional contracts with cosmetic, pharmaceutical, IVD and oral care companies specifically for UPI’s single use liquid blow-fill-seal packaging services.
Formed in 1991 by Dr. John Snedden, Unicep Packaging, Inc. is a privately held company that began as a contract packager of cost effective unit dose packaging for dental materials. Within their FDA registered and ISO9001:2008 & ISO13485:2003 certified facility, UPI has developed proprietary machinery and methods for producing the patented MicroDose™ and Twist-Tip™ dispensers. Today, with locations in Sandpoint, Idaho and Liberty Lake, Washington, UPI also provides non-sterile contract packaging and mixing for gels, liquids, lotions, and emulsions for oral healthcare, IVD, OTC, cosmetic and nutraceutical markets. From formulation development to mixing, filling and packaging, UPI can provide a turnkey solution for any customer requirement.
For more information about Unicep Packaging, Inc., please visit http://www.unicep.com or call 800.354.9396.