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Packaging with Pride, One Crouton at a Time

Ever want to tour the GSC Packaging Facility and see exactly how all of that cool machinery works? Now you can with our brand new video! Featured on the 2013 Roadshow for Growth’s website, the video comes in at just over 3 minutes and is jam packed with information about our history, processes, and philosophy. […]

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The Power of Convenience Packaging

Over the past few years, companies and families alike have felt the dramatic impact of the country’s economic downturn. So much so, that business strategies and consumer habits have completely changed. Among one of the more significant differences in today’s market is the ever increasing popularity of private labels. Thanks to more budget conscious consumers […]

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GSC Packaging Discusses Employee Safety with Food Manufacturing

GSC’s Director of Operations, Ed Forrest, recently sat down with Food Manufacturing to discuss the importance of employee safety in dry processing. While food and beverage companies must always be cognizant of consumer safety, Ed points out that the safety of employees should be equally measured and protected. Benefits include increased employee satisfaction, higher employee […]

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Progress Report: Quality is Key in the New GSC Plant Facility

When GSC Packaging first moved its operations into a 100,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility, CEO Bob Shapiro knew he would be able to take his company to the next level. Thanks to a strategic layout, air-handling technology, lot-code tracking, real-time computerized inventory control and air-conditioned storage, GSC has been able to efficiently run production with […]

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GSC Talks Product Quality with Packaging World

GSC has been making its rounds across the internet lately. On April 4, Packaging World published a feature on the company’s rapid growth and success. Quality, as CEO Bob Shapiro explains, has been a key driver and ultimately the main ingredient to their achievements. So what parameters have they set for product quality and what […]

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Step Into Our Facility

As we mentioned in our first blog post, GSC recently upgraded its operations to a 100,000 square-foot facility complete with fifteen production lines. Thanks to its state-of-the-art machinery and layout, the plant’s resources have provided GSC with complete flexibility to do what it does best – produce custom turnkey solutions that fit our client’s needs. […]

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GSC Featured in Food and Beverage Packaging

GSC is proud to report that its own Bob Shapiro and Marisol Garcia were recently published in Food and Beverage Packaging. Their article, titled “Raising the bar in food packaging safety and quality,” explains how GSC is using pharmaceutical industry best practices to sharpen their processes and improve their products. Some of the key takeaways […]

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Is Atlanta the Next Manufacturing Hub?

Is Atlanta on its way to becoming the center of the next U.S. Manufacturing phase? According to a recent article published by Automation World, all signs seem to point to yes. Among the reasons listed in the article, one of the strongest indicators seems to be the robust (and ever growing) presence of R & […]

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The Importance of Quality Assurance for Food and Beverage Packaging

A product is only as good as its packaging. When it comes to food and beverage, each and every item must be tightly sealed and stored at the correct temperature to maximize shelf life and prevent spoiling. To ensure the highest quality possible, contract packaging organizations follow Good Manufacturing Practices and quality assurance testing when […]

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GSC Packaging Makes Its Move

Here at GSC Packaging, change is in the air. In addition to an increase of 275 new staff members within the past four years, the company has recently purchased a 100,000 square-foot facility to accommodate its dramatically rapid growth. The new GSC Packaging facility features fifteen production lines that include seven horizontal form/fill/seal (FFS) lines, […]

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