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The Year Ahead in Manufacturing: What does the new year look like?

Posted: January 18, 2023 at 4:02 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Paul Harencak, the VP of LPS Industries, a flexible packaging manufacturer servicing the food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and pet industries joins Enterprise Radio. Paul discusses the challenges ahead for manufacturing in the upcoming year.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Paul Harencak discuss the following:

  1. I understand your company is focused on manufacturing of flexible packaging. How important is the manufacturing industry today?
  2. What forces outside the United States do you follow and why?
  3. Do you think these events will shape businesses in the new year?
  4. You talk a lot about reshoring. Have you seen companies buying more Made in the USA products?
  5. What do you advise companies to do in the new year?

Paul Harencak is Vice President at LPS Industries, headquartered in Moonachie, NJ. LPS Industries is an ISO-certified woman-owned flexible packaging materials converter serving the medical, food, military, cosmetic, and industrial markets. LPS operates in 4 states and is a sustainable supplier of envelopes, bags, and roll stock to global markets for 60 years. Paul’s responsibilities include Marketing, Purchasing and all Technical Services.

Prior to LPS, Paul has an extensive background in coating and laminating for aerospace and electronics, owned a laminating manufacturing company, and consulted for small to large manufacturers in the chemical coatings industry. He is a graduate of Rutgers University degree in the Bio-Chem sciences. Paul is active in various business and civic organizations sitting on a number of Boards in the science, business and academic fields.


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