Kampack Relocates-Plans Henry County, Georgia, Headquarters
The new facility, located in the King Mill Distribution industrial park off Hwy 42, will provide strategic capacity when combined with the high graphic, digital print, and display manufacturing offered by Kampack’s regional sister facilities, serving its customers in the Southeast. The company will begin operations in the second quarter of 2022.
“We are excited to expand into Henry County with our new manufacturing facility to better serve our customers in the Southeast, while taking advantage of the area’s strong business growth to build our business. Henry County and Georgia provided the ideal location to achieve our growth goals for Kampack” stated Carl R. Tinsley, Sr, Executive Vice President of the National Packaging Group; the parent company of Kampack.
Kampack is a woman and minority owned business which has manufactured corrugated packaging and successfully provided both design and engineering solutions in the northeast for decades.
“We are thrilled to welcome Kampack to their new home in Georgia,” said Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) Deputy Commissioner of Global Commerce Scott McMurray. “We’re confident that Georgia’s combination of diverse assets, from our welcoming business community to our logistics network and quality workforce, will help Kampack achieve their goals. We also thank and congratulate Henry County on their success in securing this project.”
Amanda Fields, Regional Project Manager, represented the Georgia Department of Economic Development in partnership with the Henry County Development Authority and Georgia Power on this project.
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