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The plant’s primary mix of business is 65 percent flexo and 25 percent diecuts. Markets include heavy and light manufacturing and food. The new facility is AIB certified. ISO certification is expected this summer.
“The markets that we’re going after haven’t changed but how we approach them has,” says Dan Gigstead, Re- gional Sales Director. “We’re not just thinking about what fits inside Omaha Box. We’re leveraging the region to ser- vice larger segments of our customer’s business bringing them a total solution.” Gigstead is responsible for sales across the entire re- gion, ensuring a consistent market message. Jerry Corm- ier, Regional Operations Director, oversees capital invest- Concurrent with the Omaha Box move, the team also installed an Isowa Falcon flexo folder-gluer at the Brooklyn Park, Min- nesota, plant.
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Omaha Box’s new Isowa Ibis flexo folder gluer.
ments for the region, making sure there is redundancy for tooling, maintenance and parts. New technology across all the facilities reinforces syn- ergy and shared connectivity, says Cormier. “Liberty made a significant investment in technology in regard to our or- dering and manufacturing systems so that Omaha is tied CONTINUED ON PAGE 28
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