McKinley Packaging, a sustainably operated paper and packaging company, announced the addition of its seventh packaging plant. The 500,000-square-foot rail-served building in Lancaster, Texas, will create 100 jobs when running at full capacity across three shifts.
“We started looking at properties back in July 2020 and decided, as a company, that Lancaster is a market we want to grow in,” said Anthony Garcia, Vice President of Operations at McKinley Packaging.
The Lancaster expansion marks another milestone for the Bio Pappel subsidiary. Known as the largest manufacturer of paper and corrugated materials in Latin America, Bio Pappel launched expansion efforts in the United States seven years ago. Since then, McKinley Packaging has represented the company’s strategic growth success with its now seven plants, two paper mills, and five recycling centers across the United States..
Driven by its emphasis on sustainable operations and recycled materials, McKinley Packaging continues to aim for zero-discharge water operations upon reaching capacity. This is one example of how McKinley Packaging continues the “green” legacy of the company’s history. Visit mckinleypackaging.com for more.