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August 23, 2011
INDIANAPOLISParish Manufacturing purchased a new liquid bag-in-box manufacturing line to meet demand and expand capacity of its bag configurations and options such as dual fitment bags and delta seals. The more than $500,000 investment will also increase the companys overall production efficiency, according to the company.
Representatives from the machine manufacturer spent two weeks onsite at Parish Manufacturing to train the technicians on set up and operation as well as maintenance personnel on servicing the machine. The first production order was delivered May 13, 2011.
Parish Manufacturing specializes in sanitary packaging for a wide range of foods, providing single-service sanitary liners (bags) in sizes ranging from one quart to 330 gallon capacity.
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