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NJ Packaging Adds

July 10, 2006

New Jersey Packaging, Fairfield, NJ, has expanded its size and increased its production capabilities with the addition of a new facility in Raleigh, NC. According to Gene Dul, president, New Jersey Packaging, the 30,000-square-foot facility will enhance the capabilities of the company’s New Jersey operation, with even greater state of the art folding carton capabilities.
“The addition of our Raleigh location, along with the recent acquisition of Creative Press, creates a new platform with multiple sites so that we may better serve customers across a larger market area without sacrificing fast turnaround and product availability, while ensuring that we are prepared for emergency contingencies,” he said. “We’re pleased to be here, and proud to be part of the Raleigh, NC community.”
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