Kendall Packaging is excited to announce our Jefferson, Wis., manufacturing facility has achieved Food Safety System Certification (FSSC) 22000: 2005 Certification as recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and the only ISO-based system. Our Jefferson facility joins our Kansas facility, which achieved FSSC 22000 last February.
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Kendall Packaging is proud to announce that it has achieved Graphic Measures International (GMI) print packaging supplier certification for Walgreens. GMI is a quality assurance-monitoring firm that validates the process controls and ability to deliver consistent results contracted by Walgreens to manage their private brand packaging print quality assurance program.
Kendall Packaging Corporation is proud to announce that Cynthia Hwang has recently been hired as marketing coordinator; she will be based out of the Mequon headquarters. Hwang will report to Kendall Packaging’s Vice President of Marketing and Sales. Her responsibilities include supporting the company’s marketing, public relations, sales efforts and customer programs.
Kendall Packaging Corporation is proud to announce that Jack Trostle has been hired as plant manager for the company’s Pittsburg, Kan. facility. Trostle will report to the President and CEO and his responsibilities will include overseeing plant operations, ensuring the achievement of production objectives, maximizing efficiencies and lowering costs while maintaining the high quality standards that Kendall’s customers have always appreciated.
On May 9th, 2014, Kendall Packaging held a grand opening ceremony unveiling their 56,000 square foot expansion at their Jefferson, WI facility. Governor Scott Walker stopped by to help celebrate the occasion, "This expansion is a testament to Kendall's commitment to Wisconsin and I'm happy to be here to celebrate as they enter the next phase of growth".
Kendall Packaging is proud to announce our Pittsburg, Kansas manufacturing facility has achieved Food Safety System Certification (FSSC) 22000 : PAS 223 Certification as recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). The FSSC 22000 : PAS 223 standards are equivalent to Level 2 of the SQF code, but seem to be a better fit for the suppliers of flexible packaging.
In the spring of 2013, Kendall Packaging broke ground on a 56,000 square-foot expansion project for the Jefferson, WI facility. This addition increases the plant's production capacity and doubles storage capacity.
Kendall Packaging Corporation is pleased to announce the addition of Jon Solberg as Area Sales Manager. Solberg will be located in the Northern Wisconsin area and will report to Kendall Packaging's Vice President of Marketing and Sales.
Kendall Packaging purchased a new EcoPure solvent reclaim unit at the beginning of 2013 to help with waste generated by the 10-color W&H Miraflex press purchased in 2011. Since purchasing the unit, Kendall has converted 308 drums of solvent waste into usable, clean solvent, shipping out 35% less drums of waste.
On April 26th, 2013, Kendall Packaging hosted a groundbreaking ceremony celebrating the Jefferson, WI plant expansion. Community members and employees gathered to listen to the likes of KPC President & CEO, Eric Erickson III, State Assemby Member, Steve Nass, the City of Jefferson Mayor, Dale Opperman, and more.