Green Bay Packaging

Industry News - January 2015
January 1, 2015

Industry news on the package printing industry including Harper Corp. of America, Goss International, Imagine! Print Solutions, KBA, Amcor, FLEXcon, Colordyne Technologies, Rotoflex, Romaco, Green Bay Packaging, X-Rite, CTI, and Maxcess.

Green Bay Packaging Acquires Two Wisconsin Companies
November 11, 2014

Midland and Great Lakes Packaging are manufacturers and distributors of corrugated packaging, point-of-purchase displays and specialty packaging products. They provide products for food and beverage and industrial customers, said Beth Hrubesky, marketing and communication manager for Green Bay Packaging.

Each company has one production plant. Combined, they add 230 full-time employees to Green Bay Packaging’s national workforce of just more than 3,000 employees. Green Bay Packaging employs a little more than 1,000 people in Brown County. Hrubesky said the acquired plants will remain open and function like Green Bay Packaging’s other divisions.

Four Member Facilities Gain L.I.F.E. Certifications
February 22, 2013

TLMI’s L.I.F.E. Certification program's newly certified plants include Loparex’s Eden, North Carolina facility and Green Bay Packaging’s Riverside, MI, Rancho Cucamonga, CA and Brooklyn Center, MN facilities.

TLMI L.I.F.E. Certifications Number 40 Facilities
January 11, 2013

Four of TLMI's member company facilities have achieved L.I.F.E. (Label Initiative for the Environment) Certifications. The program’s newly certified plants include Sussex, WI-based Lauterbach Group; Avery Dennison’s Peachtree City, GA division; and Green Bay Packaging’s Winchester, VA and Green Bay, WI facilities. The L.I.F.E. program was developed in order to assist TLMI members to find cost-effective ways to reduce their companies’ environmental footprint.

Green Bay to install Atlas slitter rewinder
July 22, 2011

Green Bay Packaging, a Wisconsin, USA-based manufacturer of pressure-sensitive adhesive labelstock and paperboard packaging materials, is expanding its labelstock slitting capacity with the order of a 2,100mm (82in) wide Atlas OCS-2 center-surface slitter rewinder. The machine will be installed later this year. ‘We were particularly impressed with the level of service and attention to detail that Atlas afforded us during our decision making process,’ explained Paul Hasemeyer, senior vice president at Green Bay Packaging. ‘We knew their track record was good in the labelstock business and they certainly came up with the best and most cost-effective solution to meet

PCMC To Host Harper Road Show 2011
March 14, 2011

Paper Converting Machine Company (PCMC) has announced plans to host the Harper Road Show 2011 on March 30 at its global headquarters in Green Bay. Visitors will see both narrow inline and wide web CI machines in one location and learn from the experts how to make sure their operation runs as efficiently and competitively as possible.

Better Treatment
August 1, 2009

When new technology can be acquired to improve product quality, increase productivity, and offer additional cost reductions with an attractive return on investment (ROI) it doesn't take long for a company to incorporate it into its operation. Such is the case for De Pere, Wis.-based Green Bay Packaging Inc.'s Folding Carton Division ( and its recent investment in atmospheric plasma surface treating technology.

2000 Excellence Awards
August 1, 2000

Labels—Flexo (Line) First Place LSK Label Co. El Dorado Hills, CA M.G. Vallejo 750 ml Press: Gallus/Arsoma EM-280 Plates: DuPont Cyrel Anilox Rolls: Harper Dies: CompuDie Substrate: Technicote Ink: Akzo Nobel Judges' Comments: Nice combination of flexo printing with foil stamping/embossing. The sharpness of this entry's line work stood out. Second Place MPI Label Systems Stockton, CA Island Essentials Sunblock Press: Mark Andy 2200 Plates: DuPont Anilox Rolls: Harper Dies: Avis RotoDie Substrate: Fasson Ink: INX International Third Place Tape & Label Engineering St. Petersburg, FL Spring Valley Brewer's Yeast Press: Mark Andy 4150 Plates: DuPont Cyrel Dies: RotoMetrics Substrate: Green Bay Ink: Water