U.S. Packaging's knowledge and expertise in filling and packaging services make us one of the leading companies for all your packaging needs.  There has never been a better time to out-source your contract packaging requirements. Our procurement services can meet your sourcing needs.

There has never been a better time to out-source your contract packaging, assembly, warehouse and distribution requirements. Our facility can warehouse your finished goods and deliver it when and where you need it.

U.S. Packaging provides the labor, equipment, and knowledge to create or assemble the very best package for your company’s product. Our sophisticated, affordable blending and packing facility enables us to tailor our packaging service to suit your changing needs. Our efficient and experienced packaging services provide a cost-effective way to help you strengthen your own company and product’s identity.


Induction Sealing

A non-contact method of heating a metallic disk to seal the top of plastic and glass containers after the container has been filled and capped.


The use of a clear, opaque poly film that a product or package may be enclosed in and then is heat-sealed closed.

Neck Banding

The application of a thin plastic barrier around the neck of a bottle or container which creates a tamper resistance for the product at the retail level.

Foil Seal

A tamper resistant foil cover that ensures consumers that the product has been kept safe and fresh inside.

Blending of Powders & Liquids

A process of merging ingredients – raw materials within a liquid or powdered batch. We have the techniques to handle super-thick surfactants, sensitive ingredients, and to apply a fragrance mist spray to powder blends.

Check Weighers

An automatic machine for checking the weight of packaged commodities, used at the end of a production process to ensure the weight of a pack is within specified limits.

Bundle Wrapping

Film is shrunk to fit around multiple packages to make it easier for high volume orders. Often used on cases of cans, containers or bottles on a cardboard tray.

Lot Coding

A unique code printed on the individual units as well as the outer case for product traceability.