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Valley Packaging Corporation Plans Manufacturing Complex In Pulaski, Tennessee

11/19/2015
Valley Packaging Corporation will open a 301,0000 square foot state-of-the-art manufacturing facility to manufacture corrugated containers in Pulaski, Tennessee. The manufacturer will invest over $30 million and create more than 75 jobs over the next five years in Giles County.

The food and beverage industry has become a major component of company’s business, which has required a food and safety certification. With this new facility, the company will be able to better meet the current food safety standards.

"Our sincere gratitude to the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development for partnering with Valley Packaging, a Green Bay Packaging Company, to keep over a hundred jobs and provide opportunity for new job growth in the Pulaski area," President/CEO of Green Bay Packaging Will Kress said. "We are proud to invest in the city of Pulaski and continue to do business in Tennessee."

Valley Packaging Corp. is a solely owned subsidiary of Green Bay Packaging, Inc. The company is the leading supplier and manufacturing of corrugated containers and related products.

"I want to thank Valley Packaging Corporation for choosing to expand in Tennessee,” Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd said. “We work hard to not only focus on recruiting new business, but to support existing industries in their growth. I appreciate Valley Packaging Corporation for creating new jobs in Giles County and look forward to our continued partnership.”

"Valley Packaging has, for many years, contributed significantly to the quality of life in Giles County and we are all proud Valley selected our community for their new facility,” Giles County Executive Janet Vanzant said. “A great deal of time and hard work has gone into this project and I would like to thank the local Economic Develop Commission and the Industrial Development Board for their work.”

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