Plymouth Secures Significant Business Investment

Bomarko, Inc., a global leader in the flexible packaging products industry will be investing $5 million to expand their business in Plymouth. This plan is expected to solidify their presence in the community for many years to come due to the amount invested and their strategic long-range plan. The capital investment will include an estimated $2 million for a 20,000 square foot building addition and $3 million to purchase a new printing press.
Bomarko was founded in Plymouth in 1963 and originally manufactured wax paper used to separate hamburger patties. Since then, the company has grown to serve the confectionary business, food processing industry, and medical community. Their production capabilities include a variety of coatings, printing, and laminating—all of which make Bomarko a complete packaging and coating supplier. Bomarko currently employs 120 people with an average wage of $27 per hour and a 31% benefit package; this expansion will expand create 20 jobs and increase production.