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Berlin Packaging opens new warehouse in New Jersey

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Berlin Packaging opened a new 70,000-square-foot warehouse in Cranbury, N.J., to house packages for delivery to area customers participating in its inventory management programs.

Joining more than 60 other Berlin Packaging warehouse locations throughout the country, the New Jersey facility significantly adds to the space previously dedicated to maintaining package inventory in the tri-state area and Eastern Pennsylvania.

The company is simultaneously doubling its office space in nearby Fort Lee, N.J., to accommodate ongoing business growth in the region. Berlin Packaging supplies more than 3.5 billion containers and closures annually as well as provides packaging design, sourcing, and inventory-management services to companies of all sizes in industry sectors ranging from consumer packaged goods to automotive, health care, pharmaceutical and veterinary.

With the new warehouse in New Jersey, packages will be available within a two-hour delivery radius of Berlin Packaging in southern, northern and central New Jersey as well as Long Island, northeast Pennsylvania and Fairfield County, Connecticut. This proximity in combination with the company's 99 consecutive months of 99% on-time delivery will help keep customers' supply chains running smoothly and cost-effectively.

"We have offered warehouse space in Pennsylvania and the tri-state area for decades. We are now increasing our capacity to continue to optimize our customer service as well as meet constantly growing demand for our inventory management services," said Larry Rydzewski, Chief Operating Officer of Berlin Packaging. "This new facility will achieve both objectives and enhance our ability to provide services that help customers get the maximum return on their packaging investments."

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