Ohlson Packaging a Reliable Innovator for Diverse Companies
About Ohlson Packaging
Ohlson Packaging is a Taunton, Massachusetts-based manufacturer founded in 1967. Ohlson designs and builds automated weighing, counting, and filling solutions for companies in a variety of industries, with a specialty in food packaging. Frito-Lay, Kraft Foods, Hershey’s, and Tyson Foods are among the rapidly growing family of Ohlson Packaging customers, all of whom benefit from greatly strengthened efficiencies that slash product giveaway rates while boosting speed to market and increasing product shelf life.
Ohlson Packaging has built a reputation for tailoring solutions to customers’ needs and backing it up with best service in the industry. This is just one of the benefits of there being many Ohlson employees who have decades of experience with the company. Ohlson has recently introduced innovative systems for packaging sticky products like gummy vitamins into bottles as well as packaging a variety of challenging products into the increasingly-popular pre-made standalone pouch bags. For the bottle application, Ohlson Packaging created the system after numerous competitors assured the customer that it couldn't be done. The system subsequently performed above the quoted specifications and now Ohlson supplies the customer with additional components.
In another typical example, Ohlson Packaging created an application for packaging expensive and difficult to manage fresh squid. The solution allowed the customer to weigh each package’s contents much more accurately and the resulting savings paid for the system in a matter of months and now generate revenue.
Over the past decade, Ohlson Packaging has developed and actively managed key partnerships in the domestic and the global marketplace in order to deliver both great quality and great value to customers of all sizes who need to mind the bottom line while expanding their capital expenditures in order to compete. Dun & Bradstreet has recognized the Ohlson Packaging commitment to quality and service by assigning the firm one of its highest ratings.