Multi Packaging Solutions
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About the company

  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £366m to £730m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Media & Communication
  • Headquarters
    150 East 52nd Street 28t...
  • Link
    Multi Packaging Solutions website

Multi Packaging Solutions has its heritage in the healthcare, media, and consumer goods markets, with a proven track record of customer focus, creative ideas, technical innovation, and manufacturing excellence. Our success derives from listening to customers and combining talent with capabilities to achieve superior results in print and packaging.

Multi Packaging Solutions began building a network of leading print and packaging companies in January 2005. The acquisitions of John Henry Packaging, Hamilton Printing, Hilltop Press, SVH, and The Printery provide a broad manufacturing base and are the foundation for future expansion.

Led by CEO Marc Shore, the Multi Packaging Solutions team is comprised of seasoned industry professionals with years of experience in print and packaging. Each member of the senior management team averages more than 20 years of industry experience with a proven track record of operating and integrating acquisitions in the specialty packaging industry.

We are committed to sound but aggressive growth while providing the best in design, printing, and packaging solutions for our customers. With the strong financial backing of Irving Place Capital, Multi Packaging Solutions will continue to grow through strategic acquisitions and investment in new technologies, equipment, people, an expanded manufacturing network, and enhanced internal capabilities.

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 196 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

printer in Featherstone, West Yorkshire
on 16 February 2019
productive

Working 2 shifts 06:00 to 14:00 and 14:00 to 22:00. Quite a good place to work, pressured but acceptable. Site management are good but never see the higher management, feel left out.

Gluing operative in Glengormley
on 1 December 2022
Good place to work

4 years and still here good job with good prospects made to feel welcome from day one.the job is basically progressive at your own pace the quicker you learn the more money you earn .

Printer in Bristol
on 15 December 2021
Good local company, ruined by US corporation

Bristol site closed to transfer work to a less profitable site. Good local management, accommodating and flexible, all to no avail. Factory was quite modern with reasonable staff facilities.

Purchasing Assistant in Arbroath, Angus
on 25 January 2021
Business the american way (not the best)

Most of the scottish management has been made redundant. Business is being managed from England. Only mechanised work left onsite All the manual "savoir faire" has disappeared.

Printer Operator in Bourne, Lincolnshire
on 17 March 2020
PPP from Management

A very stressful company to work for all jobs are on the clock, arrogant bosses that are always having ago at your performance. Un friendly staff not willing to help you when you have a problem

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