North Carolina Contract Packaging

This 250,000 square foot facility is SQF and AIB certified and does strictly secondary packaging for food as well as non-food projects.  The Contract Packaging capabilities and other features at this location include:

To run a project in the North Carolina facility, call us Toll Free at 877-553-5715 or fill out the “Request for Quote” form on the right side of this page.

“Packaging Solutions for Every Product”

 

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You can discuss plant location state requirements with your sales packaging specialist.
Our typical minimum quantity is 25,000 per SKU per run.

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Saved my project!

Jim and his team at Assemblies Unlimited saved my project! I am not being overly dramatic, that is the literal truth. The product was difficult from the beginning and there were many challenges, but Assemblies overcame them all. We had a launch deadline that was impossible and Jim made it happen. We shipped on time and the customer was thrilled. Our product looks fantastic and we couldn't be happier. If you are looking for a full turn key operation, then Assemblies Unlimited is your team. They handle it all. Item setup, boxes, printing, production, material sourcing, packaging, and shipping. That is exactly what they did for my company. You cannot go wrong with Assemblies Unlimited. Ask for Jim, he will do everything in his power to make your project a success.

Henry Webb
JTK Distribution

Made the process for us, fast and efficient!

We’ve worked with Jim DeKosta for over a year now – since our product was just a concept. Since that time, we’ve gone through product development and production as well as packaging concept, development, testing and production. Jim has always made the process for us, fast and efficient. Our experience was further challenged by the supply chain disruptions driven by COVID. Jim once commented that in his role, packaging, they’re always the last mile in the supply chain. All the problems that cause delays upstream in the supply chain flow downstream so that when AUI receives the products for packaging – every delay short and long accumulates and the urgency to ‘pack and ship’ becomes even more urgent. All I can say – given these strange times and unpredictable supply chains, you can’t do better than having someone like Jim/AUI in your corner getting you to market.

Brian Baum
Cannovia