Canadian Manufacturing

Wildpack starts can sleeve and label production

Wildpack stated that it expects  the company's printing production  to result in an increase in gross revenue of $2.87 million in 2022.

December 23, 2021  by CM Staff

Wildpack Beverage commences can label and sleeve print production (CNW Group/Wildpack Beverage Inc.)

VANCOUVER — Wildpack Beverage Inc. has launched its in-house printing production line for can labels and sleeves.

This line is located in the company’s Las Vegas facility. The company has stated that the Las Vegas location has the capacity to meet projected internal decorating demand for the following year for all Wildpack’s existing network of six facilities in the United States.

“We pride ourselves on being customer centric and offering economies of scale to middle market beverage brands. As a result of customer demand, we made the strategic decision to commission this production line. Integrating this production capability adds immediate value to our customers by reducing vendors, simplifying operations, and reduce lead times, one of the key problems Wildpack’s strategy solves,” said Chuck Zadlo, Chief Operations Officer at Wildpack Beverage in a statement.

The company stated that it has offered fully integrated co-packing or a la carte services to meet the needs of middle market beverage brands once they have reached the stage of production.

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Wildpack stated that it expects  the company’s printing production  to result in an increase in gross revenue of $2.87 million in 2022.

“With this added capability, Wildpack is in a position to offer all components of the co-packing process, printing, decorating, filling, and packing integrated into one-stop. As customers continue to demand all-in-one services, Wildpack will pursue the strategic integration of production verticals. Bringing printing services in-house allows Wildpack better tracking and controls for our quality assurance targets and ESG goals as we pursue scalable alternatives for renewable label production,” said Chris Sumpter, Digital Press Manager at Wildpack in a statement.