Employees drive production at Inland Packaging

By L&NW Staff | 05.18.20

Inland supplies essential products to multiple industries, including food, beverage, consumer goods, and health and medical.

As a manufacturer of labels and packaging, Inland Packaging is deemed an essential business and has remained open and operating at full strength throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Inland supplies essential products to food, beverage, consumer goods, and health and medical industries.

Operations at each of Inland’s four facilities look different than before, but the team at Inland has worked diligently to stay well-informed of the guidelines set out by CDC and government officials to ensure that our employees remain safe and healthy.

With added precautions and processes being implemented throughout our production process, Inland’s employees have been working around the clock to ensure supply to customers providing essential items to consumers and businesses during this time of need.

In March and April, Inland shipped over 4.1 billion labels to its customers across the country. Much of these products included food labels, water labels, labels for cleaning supplies, and hand sanitizers. 

The company is committed to continuing to support its customers as they work diligently to keep up with increased demand. Many of Inland's customers have found ways to pivot from their traditional products, such as beer to supply imperative products like sanitizer to not only help our communities but also benefit their business in these unusual times.

"We are thankful for our customer and supplier partners and know that together we will continue to keep store shelves stocked with the items people need most," the company states.

Mark Glendenning, president and CEO, says, “What I can say with full clarity and without hesitation is 'Thank you.' I've never been more proud of the Inland family. Our orders remain very strong, and I greatly appreciate what the Inland Team continues to do, over and above the normal, in this fight against the virus.”