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Case Mason Consolidates Manufacturing-Production In Baltimore, Maryland, Hub

Case Mason, a leading provider of contract manufacturing and packaging services for consumer brands, completed a consolidation of all of its production capabilities to a 150,000 square foot facility located in Baltimore, Maryland.

The company supports a broad range of consumer packaged goods companies, with capabilities that include contract filling, packaging, assembly and supply chain management.

Located at 9101 Yellow Brick Road, minutes from Interstate-95, company officials said Case Mason is ideally situated to service customers all along the I-95 corridor. Previously, the company operated out of two separate locations situated 11 miles apart. The consolidated facility includes 135,000 square feet dedicated to solid and liquid products filling, packaging and assembly, with a separate 16,000 square foot segment dedicated to food and beverage production and packaging.

Scott Miller, Chief Growth Officer for Case Mason, said; “The recent move enabled us to substantially streamline operations and resources, and eliminate the need to shuttle personnel, materials, and resources from plant-to-plant. We can now set up continuous processing lines within a single footprint, which will increase our already high level of responsiveness. And having the entire Case Mason team under one roof has dramatically improved communications, both internally and externally.”

“We’ve experienced steady growth over the last seven years,” Miller added. “Additional adjacent space exists should we need it, to further expand our footprint, and keep pace with the demands of our expanding customer base.”

The facility houses blending equipment and numerous filling lines to accommodate products in solid, semi-solid, powder and liquid formats, including bulk filling. Packaging services include bundling, cartoning, clam shell packaging, flow wrapping, shrink sealing, coding and labeling, as well as club store packaging and store ready pallets.

Assembly services include point of purchase displays, gift packs, tray and multi-pack assemblies, as well as rework and product modification services. For many customers, Case Mason also offers package sourcing, warehousing, and distribution and fulfillment services.

The location also houses a comprehensive tooling department, along with resources to provide custom equipment fabrication and reengineering for specialty projects. This gives the company additional flexibility to adapt or create equipment to meet precise packaging requirements quickly and efficiently.

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