Take a vacation, then buy a souvenir to help you remember the experience. It’s a little different for us. Take on a client project, then generate a die to create the custom flexible packaging they need. Over the past 40 years we’ve been in business, we’ve amassed over 5,000 of these dies.
That’s a lot of memories.
There are a lot of reasons why our clients choose to do business with us, but many say it’s our ability to offer customization at prices the competition can’t match. One way we accomplish this is by deploying that army of 5,000+ dies. They represent a library of reusable creativity that can drastically reduce the cost to make flexible packaging.
We also produce everything in-house using state of the art equipment. There are no extra costs involved with shipping or tariffs. It means you can get what you order in less time, too.
We Couldn’t Have Done It Without Our Customers
We mean that when we say it. Our partnerships with customers over 40 years is what allows us to offer a wide array of solutions in just about any size. You could say that this partnership lets us pay it forward. We like the idea of reinvesting in the future.
It’s why we also support and participate with Open Arms of Minnesota. In April of this year, groups of Vinyl Art employees helped to deliver 240 meals to chronically ill people, their caregivers and families. You can read more about it here.
Sharing What We’ve Accomplished
Every project we’ve worked on with customers over the past 40 years has rewarded us with an unforgettable experience. We reinvest what we learn, and we’ve also turned some of those experiences into case studies that we’ve shared on our blog.
As part of our 40th anniversary year-long celebration, we’ve published five case studies. Each highlights how we’ve helped a customer solve a unique problem with our outside-the-box thinking. These case studies range in subjects from the Beanie Babies® and salvaging a book publishing disaster to camera case improvements, pocket combs, and tile wall coverings.
We’re proud to share these case studies with you. They’re a bit easier to pass around than some of the 5,000 dies we have.
Times have changed over the past 40 years. Much of it has been driven by technology. For example, we’ve gone from producing diskette holders (remember those?) to flash drive holders. Thanks for being a part of our experience so far. Here’s to the next 40!