Welcome to Warren Industries – The Leading Contract Packaging Company in Wisconsin
Perfectly Painless Packaging
Warren Industries, one of the best contract packaging companies in Wisconsin, has the ability to package in corrugated, chipboard, shrink-wrap, poly-wrap or bags. We will recommend the best package options based on durability, weight, production speed and cost. We can also enhance your product with assembling and labeling to give you a one-stop process.
We’ve proven our abilities to handle a variety of high-volume contract packaging projects because we understand our machines’ capabilities and have a long history of running hundreds of unique packaging jobs.
Builds machines & engineers equipment that specifically suits YOUR needs
Accurately estimates jobs, keeps costs low and provides quick responses
Our contributions in B2B are widely respected. Highest standards in the industry
Over 40 years of experience in a rapidly changing industry has taught us how to identify the needs of businesses and companies no matter what they deal in. Whether we are providing industrial packaging for everyday home products, supplying local bakeries with the supplies they need to parcel and market products themselves, or printing and binding literature for the children in our communities, we are striving to be a top resource in the industry by giving our customers the lean manufacturing they need to focus on what truly matters – their product.
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