International Print & Packaging Constructs Additional Building to Expand Texas Operation

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International Print & Packaging (IPP), a leading narrow web label and product identification printer, is pleased to announce they are expanding their current Texas operation with the construction of an additional 14,050 square foot facility in Liberty Hill, a suburb of Austin.

IPP Constructs Additional Building to Expand Texas Operation

IPP Expansion

We are excited to invest in and grow our current production operations so that we can continue to offer our clients innovative product identification solutions and services.

The purpose of this newly constructed building is trifold. The space is needed to accommodate newly acquired equipment that offers the packaging options IPP’s clients want. The additional facility will also house surplus raw material inventory to enhance the company’s JIT delivery program. Finally, the new structure will centralize IPP’s pick and pack operation of stocked packaging items.

Bryan Scheible, President of IPP, comments, “We are excited to invest in and grow our current production operations so that we can continue to offer our clients innovative product identification solutions and services. We want to help our clients sell more product, and this expansion will support our efforts.”

About IPP
Since its incorporation, International Print & Packaging has been a leader in consumer product packaging, synonymous with custom-made solutions and unmatched quality. IPP excels at serving the electronic, food and beverage, and health and beauty markets, as well as providing VMI programs, JIT production, and web-based inventory management solutions for clients. IPP is located in Liberty Hill, TX, and is a Gintzler International family company. Visit http://www.ipp-corp.com for more information.

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