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Nice-Pak expands wet wipe manufacturing plants
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Mar '11
Nice-Pak, the world's leading manufacturer of wet wipes, is dramatically expanding its overall capacity, and introducing new state-of-the-art equipment and packaging technologies in its Jonesboro, AR, and Mooresville, IN, facilities.

Production at Nice-Pak's soon to close Green Bay, WI, facility will be relocated to its expanded manufacturing and distribution facilities in Indiana. This strategic move will further the company's leadership position and significantly enhance its global sustainability platform.

"Nice-Pak produces over 125 billion pre-moistened wipes annually focused on improving family health and wellness," says Robert Julius, Chairman and CEO. "The installation of state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment and advanced packaging technology is consistent with Nice-Pak's leadership role in the wet wipe industry, and involves a well-orchestrated reconfiguration that has been designed to benefit current and future customers."

According to Julius, the drive for continuous improvement and this manufacturing and distribution realignment address Nice-Pak's goal of providing its customers with the most cost-effective solutions for delivering more efficient production, transportation, distribution and sustainability to meet all of its customers' needs.

Nice-Pak, founded in 1957, is the global leader in the design, manufacturing, marketing and distribution of premium quality branded and private label wet wipe products. Headquartered in Orangeburg, NY, Nice-Pak has a track record of introducing innovative products for personal care, baby, health, hand sanitizing, beauty and household applications. Brands for Nice-Pak and its sister company PDI include Chloroscrub, Sani, Wet Nap, Grime Boss and Sani Professional among others.

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