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LMI Packaging Solutions is proud to be a SQF Certified manufacturer in both the food safety and quality code. We are pleased to announce that we have once again passed the 2018 SQF audit with an Excellent score rating.

LMI Packaging was recognized for their community efforts within the local school system for their dedication to prepare students for graduation and college. 

Rosie Samano won the Vince Incandela award for her commitment to her local communities.

LMI Packaging employee, Dan Yakhnis, won the 2017 Chester Sykes award.

“I'm so thankful for LMI packaging's commitment to community. The entire project was very creative and it gave our kids excitement about helping another good cause, Meals on Wheels. This is something I will always remember.”

Several members from LMI participated in the 2017 Laps for Literacy fundraiser, a 5K run/walk for the Kenosha Literacy Council.

With the retirement of any inspirational business leader and community member, a certain outpouring of messages is to be expected. It was certainly no different when Jean Moran announced her retirement as CEO of LMI Packaging Solutions.

Pleasant Prairie-based LMI Packaging, Inc. has announced that Jean Moran will be retiring as President/CEO effective May 1st, 2017. Moran has held the position since 1985 after having joined the company in 1979.

Brenda Kiehm, National Account Manager, worked along with some of our closest coffee industry friends and peers to support the Central Texas Food Bank, packaging almost 6,000 meals to feed Central Texans in need.

The Interstate Milk Shippers (IMS) Program is a cooperative program between the Federal and State governments that provides dairy producers a verified list of packaging suppliers that meet the quality and sanitation standards of various regulatory programs.

LMI Packaging Solutions is proud to be a SQF Level 3 Certified manufacturer. To maintain this certification level, the Quality Management team makes sure the facility and processes are always audit-ready.

The LMI team conquered their 3rd annual Polar Plunge, with 10 brave team members plunging and raising over $1,700 to benefit Special Olympics Wisconsin.