Automated Packaging now Multi-Pack Atlanta

Atlanta Business Chronicle

Automated Packaging has changed its name to Multi-Pack Atlanta.

Multi-Pack Atlanta is a liquid contract packager for household/commercial cleaning chemicals, automotive performance and detailing products and laundry/dishwashing cleaning products.

The name change is to better reflect its parent company, Multi-Pack Solutions LLC.

Multi-Pack Solutions also has units in Chicago, Milwaukee, and Greenville, S.C. It makes water-soluble packs for powders and liquids, bottle filling for creams and liquids, tube filling, pre-moistened wipes in canisters, pouches and packets and bulk packaging.

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Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s Atlanta office has quickly become the hub for the Southeastern region. The operation has advisory professionals with expertise in office and industrial tenant representation, investment sales, portfolio management and strategic planning services. Our seasoned group of principals have more than 100 years of combined experience negotiating complex transactions on behalf of clients across every industry. The Atlanta office also houses the U.S. headquarters for Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s Consulting and Project Management and Logistics divisions. With consulting and project management professionals located in many of the firm’s offices, the Consulting and Project Management and Logistics divisions provide real-world business and project management and logistics solutions for companies throughout the world.
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