With the acquisition of Ample Labels, Resource Label will now have 20 manufacturing locations in North America and expand its presence in the Midwest with four locations
Resource Label Group, a provider of pressure-sensitive labels, shrink sleeves and RFID/NFC technology for the packaging industry, has acquired US-based Ample Labels for an undisclosed sum.
Based in Nixa, Missouri, Ample Labels has been serving customers in the packaging and label industry for more than five decades.
Ample Labels president Natalie Menzies-Spradlin said: “Our team is thrilled to join the Resource Label Group team. We are a customer-centric organisation that believes in doing what is right. Resource Label shares our commitment to exceptional service and delivering creative solutions our customers have come to expect.”
Established in 1968, Ample Labels is a digital and flexographic printer for regional and national customers in the food, health, personal care, industrial, pharmaceutical and beverage segments.
The company offers flexographic and digital label printing, advanced finishing technology, label design, direct thermal printing, flexible packaging, and promotional label solutions to its customers.
With the acquisition of Ample Labels, Resource Label will now have 20 manufacturing locations in North America. It will also help expand its presence in the Midwest with four locations to better serve its diverse customer base.
Resource Label Group president and CEO Mike Apperson said: “We are thrilled to welcome David, Natalie and the talented team at Ample Labels to the Resource Label family. We embrace their commitment to preserving a creative company culture and share their passion for continually exceeding customer expectations.”
Last month, Resource Label acquired Tek Label and Printing to expand its presence in California, US.
Resource Label offers pressure-sensitive labels, shrink sleeves and RFID/NFC solutions for the customers in the food, beverage, chemical, household, personal care, nutraceutical, pharmaceutical, medical device, and technology industries.