La Crosse-based company expands with purchase of second flexographic printing company
Inland is pleased to announce the acquisition of Valley Label in Neenah, Wisconsin. The acquisition follows the recent addition of a flexographic facility in Pennsylvania last October.
“While the acquisition last fall was focused on supporting our rapid growth in the pressure sensitive category,” explains Mark Glendenning, CEO & Owner of Inland, “the purchase of Valley Label is motivated by growth in the flexible packaging market, in addition to expanding our shrink and roll-fed label capabilities.”
Valley Label, a flexographic printer of flexible packaging, pressure sensitive, shrink and roll-fed labels, was founded in 2000. They employ 35 people at their 48,400 square foot facility in Neenah.
Inland plans to capitalize on the newly acquired company by maintaining and growing their existing business, with future plans to include new business. The plant will serve as an addition to Inland’s three facilities in La Crosse, Wisconsin, and one facility in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Their corporate office will remain at their 2009 West Avenue South location in La Crosse.