Bryce Corp.’s packaging division said in a news release that it will invest $10 million to expand its capacity, enhance its technical capabilities, and generate an additional 20 jobs.
“The Bryce family is committed to making long-term investment decisions even in uncertain economic environments to serve its employees, its customers, and its markets in a time of increasing customer demand,” the company says.
Bryce recently purchased a new Allstein Hydro printing press, developed and installed a fully automated extrusion laminator, and added two new pouch-making lines. These and other investments will generate 12 new jobs in Memphis, Tennessee, and eight new jobs in Searcy, Arkansas.
Bryce, which is based in Memphis, focuses on film conversion, flexographic printing, and the production of innovative flexible packaging solutions. It is a fourth-generation family business.