ePac’s unique value proposition has been extremely well received by brands of all sizes, but in particular among small to medium size businesses that need a partner to grow with - Virag Patel, Sr. Managing Director ePac, LLC
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 25, 2017
ePac, a leader in fast time to market, short-to medium run length flexible packaging by leveraging the latest in digital printing technology, today announced plans to open a new plant in the Los Angeles area. This will mark ePac’s third location since opening its first plant in Middleton, Wisconsin in May of 2016. The second plant, located in Boulder, Colorado, is scheduled to open this November.
According to Virag Patel, Sr. Managing Director of ePac Holdings: “ePac’s growth strategy is to build a total of fifteen plants in key markets across the US by 2019. We’ve seen strong market acceptance of ePac’s unique value proposition since opening just over a year ago. In particular, our focus on small to medium size businesses (SMBs) that need a partner to grow with them, has been extremely well received.”
The company further reports that ePac Los Angeles will open a sales office within the next sixty days, and will fulfill orders out of their Middleton and Boulder facilities until the plant is operational, which is expected in early 2018.
Partnering with ePac on the Los Angeles plant will be FlexPack Partners, an East Coast based investment firm focused on the emerging digital packaging space. FlexPack is also a partner in ePac’s Boulder operation.
According to Dustin Steerman, a member of FlexPack Partners and Managing Director of ePac Boulder: “There is little question about the demand for quick-turn, short to medium run jobs, based on our early experience selling into the Boulder market. Our expertise is in helping brands grow, and we look forward to beginning sales in the LA market. We are also finding a high level of interest among our customers in working with an American manufacturer, providing a competitive option to Asian made products and the ability to buy direct and avoid concerns about service and product quality.”