LPS Starts Second Quarter With Busy Production Schedule

The end of a busy first quarter is simply the beginning of a busy second quarter at Liquid Packaging Solutions in 2015. As some of us prepare to head to Louisville early next week to the ADI Spirits Conference & Vendor Expo, those staying at the Indiana plant will be keeping busy keeping up with a loaded production schedule that includes many different machines and lines for a variety of different industries.

In the last week of the first quarter of 2015, LPS is set to ship out two complete packaging systems as well as several stand alone machines, including turntables, tabletop fillers and more. As one order leaves the plant, a replacement quickly fills in the empty space on our own production floor. Upcoming projects include lines for the Distilled Spirits Industry as well as the Food and Beverage Industry, along with custom projects for cosmetics, beverages, cleaners and more.

While most of the equipment in these projects will be manufactured right in the La Porte, Indiana plant, there are some machines from other manufacturers that will be integrated into these lines to form complete packaging solutions. For example, the distilled spirits line will include a labeling machine from an OEM that will allow the distiller to fill, cap and label bottles without having to search for machinery from numerous different vendors. Other recent lines have included induction sealers, heat tunnels and coding equipment from OEM's as well. LPS offers the integration service to allow all packaging needs to be acquired from one single source and to ensure that all packaging equipment will perform effectively and efficiently once on the production floor.

LPS manufactures packaging machinery for almost any industry and production level. From simple tabletop machines to complete, inline turnkey packaging lines that unscramble, fill, cap, label, code, pack and prepare for shipping, we help our customers find the best solution for their individual needs. We welcome phone calls to discuss new packaging systems or improvements to existing packaging systems, with no obligation to purchase. In other words, consultation with Packaging Specialists that will assist you in defining your own unique needs for your own bottles, containers, caps, labels and other packaging components.