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Packaging Company Changes Name

M. Jacob & Sons announced that it has changed its name.

January 14, 2014
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MJS PackagingM. Jacob & Sons announced that it has changed its name to MJS Packaging. In addition, its wholly-owned companies Packaging Consultants Group and Dye Packaging will also begin doing business as MJS Packaging. These changes are effective immediately.

David Lubin, chief operating officer of MJS Packaging, notes that “as we expand our footprint throughout the United States, we believe it is important to incorporate packaging in our name as it represents the heart and soul of our product line.”

Lubin continues, “We have created a fresh, new logo that still reflects our extensive heritage and experience. In addition, our new tagline: Passion - Performance - Service Since 1885, communicates to our customers what our MJS Packaging team members provide every day to earn their business and create the best customer experience in the industry.”

A major packaging distributor, MJS Packaging operates eight sales offices throughout the U.S. 
 

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