Yes, Green Bay is in Wisconsin and the successful, expanding corporation that uses the name of its home origin in its international identity, has chosen Redlands as a site for the manufacture of pressure-sensitive label stock.

After two years in Rancho Cucamonga, the company decided to upgrade its equipment. The company decided it needed more space and decided to purchase one of the new industrial buildings available in Redlands.

It is now housed in more-than-adequate space for current and future upgrades of equipment.

Green Bay Packaging, started in 1933, is a privately owned, vertically integrated company, consisting of corrugated container plants, folding cartons, recycled and virgin linerboard mills, pressure sensitive label rollstock, specialty converting operations, timberlands and a sawmill facility. Headquartered in Green Bay, the U.S. corporation employs more than 4,000 team members and operates 34 facilities in 14 states.

The Coated Products Operations consists of three manufacturing plants and four Slitting and Distribution Centers. As part of the Coated Products Operations, the plant in Redlands produces adhesive labeling paper for printing company clients in all the Western states, in current and varied papers, including fluorescent materials.

Division Manager Manuel Aceves enthused about his company and the operation in Redlands, cited the “dedication of the employs and facilities of Green Bay Packaging Inc. is a dedication to innovative development of its products and forestry resources, with focus on safety, quality, sustainability and continuous improvement.”