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Fountain Inn company buys Ohio packaging operation

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IPS Packaging & Automation a Fountain Inn-based industrial packaging distributor and automation provider, has acquired Day-Pak Inc., based in Dayton, Ohio.

The acquisition, announced this week by IPS, strengthens the company’s position as a national supplier that partners with customers to control creeping expenses related to labor, freight, material costs and damaged goods, according to a news release. The combined organization includes nine distribution centers and eight warehouses in the United States focused on providing end-to-end packaging and automation solutions.

The acquisition will result in expanded resources for both organizations, the news release said. Day-Pak offers converting capabilities for a variety of materials including sheet foam, bubble, poly bags and pouches. IPS Packaging & Automation offers a team of degree-certified engineers (packaging, industrial and mechanical) that worh with their customers on design work, process improvements and automated equipment.

Founded in 1976, IPS Packaging & Automation is a veteran family-owned and operated.

Day-Pak, a 40-year-old veteran-owned distributor is a total solutions provider for industrial and military packaging materials and equipment. The company services western Ohio, eastern Indiana and northern Kentucky.

Reach Ross Norton at 864-720-1222.

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