ePac moves into Montreal
Published: 6 June 2022 | No comments yet
ePac is using digital printing to disrupt the flexible packaging market, globally
ePac Flexible Packaging is to add a third sales and manufacturing location in Canada, with ePac Montreal following hot on the heels of operations in Vancouver and Toronto.
ePac Montreal will serve CPG brands of all sizes throughout Quebec province. ePac’s locations in the country can now serve all of Canada. Orders in Quebec are already being accepted, and fulfilled from its other Canadian operations until the Montreal site officially opens.
George Boustani, managing director of ePac’s Canadian operations, commented, ‘Since opening ePac Vancouver in 2019 and Toronto in 2021, demand for our services has grown rapidly. To keep pace, we’ve decided to add a new sales and production facility with ePac Montreal.’
Founded in 2016 with a mission to help small and medium sized companies grow and compete with larger brands, ePac Flexible Packaging now has 23 locations across the US, Canada, Europe, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific region. Each location is established in collaboration with a local partner.
Hubert Bolduc, president of Investissement Québec International, said, ‘We are pleased to support global leaders, such as ePac, who are setting up operations in our greater metropolitan area. This will allow them to continue their growth and develop new expertise while benefiting from our ecosystems and complete value chains. Based in Chicago, Québec and around the world, our teams will continue to promote the advantages of investing in Québec in order to develop a strong, competitive and sustainable economy.’
Stéphane Paquet, president and CE at Montréal International, added, ‘Québec boasts a high concentration of small and medium-sized businesses, and Greater Montréal is a strategic location for suppliers like ePac. We are proud to support such a project that meets the needs of local businesses by solidifying the supply chain with packaging services while caring for the environmental impact of its product.’