TopPop Packaging Opens Manufacturing Center in Marlton, New Jersey
The company said it specializes in manufacturing products containing alcohol. TopPop Packaging has received federal and state licensing to manufacture malt, spirit, and wine-based products in its facility.
“Our brand new facility in New Jersey is unique to the U.S. market,” said Tom Martin, COO and Co-Founder of TopPop Packaging, “and we are uniquely positioned to meet the growing demand of the rapidly expanding single-serve segment in flexible packaging. We have installed the finest packaging and processing equipment in the industry, and we are poised for rapid growth and expansion.”
“We offer our clients a 360-degree tailored approach to their manufacturing and packaging needs; ranging from product development, manufacturing, packaging to point of sale displays and brand activations,” said Laurance Rassin, Chief Marketing Officer and Co-Founder of TopPop Packaging. “With lower shipping costs per unit and a lower environmental footprint compared to cans and bottles, our pouch packaging solutions are the most economical and sustainable way to reach the ready-to-drink (RTD) market and more specifically, the new ready-to-freeze (RTF) market.”
According to company officials, “TopPop Packaging secured private investment funds from InnoAccel Investments LLC to engineer and acquire state-of-the-art machinery primarily to produce single-serve products in the food, beverage, and health sectors. Currently, TopPop Packaging has the capacity to produce more than 50 million pouches and sachets per year, with a strategic growth plan to significantly increase capacity and products by 2021.”
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