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Flexible packaging firm expands to Vancouver

By , Columbian Metro Editor

The Vancouver Innovation Center has added ePac Flexible Packaging as a tenant at its newly remodeled facilities in east Vancouver, according to the Columbia River Economic Development Council.

The company will expand into the Pacific Northwest and occupy 26,000 square feet at 18110 S.E. 34th St. No. 255 and be known as ePac Portland, a press release announcing the expansion said.

ePac Portland will serve the Portland-Vancouver metro area using digital printing technology to create consumer packaging. The company focuses on helping small and medium-sized businesses compete with larger brands, according to the press release.

“We are pleased to welcome ePac to Southwest Washington,” said CEO Jennifer Baker of the Columbia River Economic Development Council.

“Our accessible transportation hub, available industrial space, skilled workforce, quality of life, and entrepreneurial spirit continue to attract and bolster our light manufacturing footprint,” she said.


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