Resource Label Group has acquired US-based labeling and packaging identification solutions provider Gintzler International for an undisclosed sum.
Gintzler offers labeling and packaging identification solutions to the pharmaceutical, food, beverage, medical, health and beauty, automotive, industrial and specialty consumer goods markets.
Base in Buffalo of New York and Liberty Hill of Texas, Gintzler produces its packaging identification solutions through using a range of technologies such as flexographic and digital printing capabilities, laser die cutting and shrink sleeve manufacturing assets.
The firm will develop personalized solutions to meet the aesthetic, functional, production, and regulatory requirements of clients and governing agencies.
The company produces high definition lables, shrink sleeves, flexible packaging solutions, hinge and extended content labels for gourmet food and beverage industry, while flexographic, UV letterpress and UV flexo/rotary screen printing platforms for health and beauty industry.
Resource Label president and CEO Bob Simko said: “Gintzler International brings a diverse array of customers – particularly in the attractive pharmaceutical and food & beverage industries – deep focus on technology and innovation, and an unwavering commitment to quality and service.
“I look forward to working closely with Gintzler’s talented employee base and leveraging its facilities in Buffalo and Liberty Hill as we seek to grow our customer base and end-markets.”
Gintzler former owners Mary and Bryan Scheible said: “The level of professionalism and access to resources which First Atlantic and Resource Label provide will allow Gintzler to offer additional innovative capabilities and services to new and existing customers.”
Resource Label Group offers pressure sensitive label, shrink sleeve and RFID/NFC solutions for the food, beverage, chemical, household products, personal care, nutraceutical, pharmaceutical, medical device and technology industries.
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