Premier Packaging Expands, Resource Label Promotes Culture And More


After a decade of sustained growth, Premier Packaging, a subsidiary of DSS, Inc., recently relocated its plant of 30 years in Victor, NY, USA, to a brand new 105,000 square-foot facility in West Henrietta, NY. The company, looking to optimize growth and diversify its customer base, also recently installed a new hybrid Speedmaster XL 106-7+L (equipped for both UV and conventional production), in addition to a refurbished Speedmaster CD 102-5 – both from Heidelberg.

Founded in 1989, Premier Packaging offers a full-range of services including package design, prototyping, manufacturing, inventory management, and securing its customers’ brand’s reputation and authenticity.

Meanwhile, during the recent Labelexpo Roadshow at Haney’s Packaging Microfactory in Cincinnati, OH, USA, Resource Label Group took part in a fireside chat to address numerous topics affecting the label and package printing industry. As part of the event, RLG discussed the benefits of the company’s culture and business model.

“I think the last two years have made us do things that we probably wouldn’t have done at the rate and speed at which we did them,” explains Mike Degus, SVP, marketing and business development, Resource Label Group. “Having that scale and backup supply capability has allowed us to move production between locations and provide stability to our customers.”

“Our culture starts with the RLG family and our approach to M&A,” adds Degus. “That ‘national reach, local touch’ is really who we are. When someone joins RLG, we consider it joining the family because we want to honor that local legacy and not have a cookie cutter approach to what integration looks like. That approach is very unique in North America, and it’s something I’m very proud of.”

Here are the highest-trafficked news items for the week ending on August 5:

1. Premier Packaging expands with new facility, Heidelberg equipment
2. Resource Label Group touts culture at Labelexpo Roadshow
3. Phoenix Challenge mourns loss of Diann Teague
4. Toray Plastics (America) gives back to local community
5. Labelink acquires Taylor Label and The Label Factory



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