Yesterday our team participated in an educational tour of Boxed Water and New Holland Brewing Company. This event was put on by the West Michigan chapter of IoPP (Institute of Packaging Professionals), which all of our employees are members of.
Every morning at 8:11, on the dot, our team meets in the lab for a board meeting. These meetings ensure that we all know the tasks that are on hand for the day, as well as who is responsible for them. This helps us stay organized and keep our promise of a short queue time. Our team is constantly tracking the amount of time it takes for a client’s product to go from our dock into testing. This is a key performance indicator that we make a priority to keep short. We take pride in our ability to keep this KPI low and hold it close as a sure differentiator between us and the competition.
Packaging Compliance Labs has been featured in the MiBiz Journal's Growth Report. The featured article details the history of our company and the work that has contributed to our growth. It also sheds light on the need for medical package validation in the Midwest, and how the medical device industry has begun to fill the void that the auto industry left in Michigan. As Michigan grows to be a medical device hub, Packaging Compliance Labs is there to faciliate all the packaging needs and help companies adhere to FDA regulations.
Yesterday, some of our engineers took a trip down the road to the Great Lakes Label Summit. At the event we enjoyed a comprehensive tour of all aspects of the label making process from dye mixes to foil applications, ending with the final application process. Great Lakes Label makes thousands of labels seen on the shelves of pharmacies, grocery stores, garden centers, and across many other industries.