JANUARY 1–MARCH 31, 2015 (compared with same period a year ago) •Net sales rose 15% (6% excluding exchange rate effects) to SEK 27,958m (24,234) •Organic sales growth, which excludes exchange rate effects, acquisitions and divestments, was 6% •Operating profit, excluding items affecting comparability, rose 9% to SEK 2,872m (2,630) •The operating margin, excluding items affecting comparability, was 10.3% (10.9) •Profit before tax, excluding items affecting comparability, rose 11% to SEK 2,602m (2,342) •Items affecting comparability totaled SEK -122m (-247)
ePac Flexible Packaging is adding another location to its list of plants dotted across the United States. With a focus on short and medium runs, ePac is making its name as a great option for local and smaller businesses who may be disadvantaged by other printers’ minimum order requirements.
The key to ePac’s quick turn around and customization abilities lies within its digital printing process. This technology allows ePac to fill orders at a fast pace while still supplying its customers with high-grade products, such as the following: • Rollstock • Stand-up pouches • Lay-flat pouches
All packaging is produced with photo-quality graphics.
The opening of ePac’s Atlanta location marks a partnership between F&S Capital, ePac Holdings and Windell McGill, who will act as managing partner. This plant will open in early 2019 and is currently taking orders.
Digital printing is a burgeoning technology with many advantages to offer businesses of any size. With more plant opening to come, the opportunities are sure to grow.