Get to know Tyler Sisco, the Purchasing Supervisor at Econo-Pak, as we explore the critical aspects of sustainable packaging solutions, fostering client relationships, and navigating the challenges of fixed cost solutions in procurement for co-packing.
Co-packing is a game changer in today’s fast-paced market, speeding up product launch timelines. Manufacturers face various challenges, but co-packing with a provider like Econo-Pak offers a turnkey solution.
Ed Horn, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Econo-Pak, delves into his extensive experience with Econo-Pak. He discusses the evolution of the co-packing industry, the significance of our request a quote form, and the intricate workings of Econo-Pak’s operations.
Food repacking is a critical component of the food supply chain that often gets overlooked. Food repackers and contract food packaging both play an important role in ensuring the safety and quality of food products before they hit retail shelves.
Businesses in the food industry must be able to efficiently and consistently deliver high-quality products, which is where food co-packers can help. Food co-packers, or contract packagers, can help optimize your operations by improving efficiency, scaling production, and keeping food products consistent.
In this Econo-Pak Food Packaging Podcast interview, Patrick Sullivan, our Plant Manager, details his remarkable journey within the company and the intricacies of contract food packaging production scheduling. Patrick offers a unique perspective on career growth, operational challenges, and the dynamics of the food packaging industry.
A co-packer, also known as a contract packer, is a company that packages products for other businesses. A co-manufacturer, or co-man, is a firm contracted to produce another company’s product line, often seen in the food industry. Outsourcing refers to the broader business practice of hiring external firms to perform services or create goods traditionally […]