Very few of the packaging industry's largest equipment manufacturers produce every piece of their complex assemblies internally, instead relying on the expertise of trusted partners such as Badger Sheet Metal Works to supply specific packaging components.
Badger Sheet Metal Works manufacturers packaging components used in a variety of machine component assembly projects including plastic bag-making machinery, pharmaceutical, dairy and consumer goods, and equipment for industrial applications.
"We deliver packaging components for primary as well as secondary packaging machinery," says Kenny Coe, director of sales at Badger Sheet Metal Works. "Our versatility with a range of materials, including sheet metal, structural steel and stainless steel, provides value for companies who specialize in machine component assembly."
Packaging components for the paper converting industry
The bundlers, wrappers, case packers and variety of full line solutions offered by these companies all require frames, housing and other packaging components to complete the assembly. Badger Sheet Metal Works' northeast Wisconsin location places it in the heart of the North American paper converting industry, putting it in prime position to partner with some of the industry's leaders.
Supplying these major players with high-quality components is a responsibility the workforce at Badger Sheet Metal Works takes very seriously.
"We take pride in knowing the components we manufacture eventually roll out the doors as part of a world-class piece of equipment," Coe says. "These manufacturers stake their reputations on the quality of their equipment, and our contributions need to match their standards for long-term reliability and efficiency."
About Badger Sheet Metal Works
Badger Sheet Metal Works is a custom and OEM metal fabrication partner for a wide range of industries including food and dairy, mining, petroleum, material handling, medical and pharmaceutical. The company employs approximately 100 people in a custom-designed plant in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The facility includes a 70-by-320-foot main assembly bay with four crane rails featuring a total lifting capacity of 30 tons and a 22-foot under-hook height. For more information, visit https://www.bsmw.com/.