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Novipax To Open New Manufacturing Plant In El Paso, TX


Novipax has announced its plans to open a new manufacturing facility in El Paso, Texas. The plant will help the company’s continued growth into markets adjacent to protein, which include healthcare, produce and foodservice.

The new location, in addition to its other manufacturing facilities, will offer Novipax’s customers a footprint to strengthen its supply chain.

“This is an exciting new opportunity for us to continue our growth as a company and expand into new spaces that will help drive the future of our business,” said Keith Schroeder, CEO.

“We’re also looking forward to being a part of the El Paso community and partnering with them to not only create job opportunities for its residents, but to have a positive impact within the community as a whole.”

Novipax will also be discontinuing operations at its La Verne, California, facility. They are planned to be moved to El Paso by June. During the transition, operations will be uninterrupted, as the commercial and customer service teams remain in place and continue to serve customers.

Novipax partners with fresh protein and produce processors, food retailers, packaging manufacturers and distributors and healthcare providers to deliver products that enhance and protect packaged fresh food. Novipax manufactures a suite of absorbents, including Dri-Loc, Pad-Loc, Multi-Loc, UltraZap and active absorbents, Dri-Loc XtendaPak and UltraZap XtendaPak.

For more information, visit novipax.com.

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