Infographic – 12 Keys for Selecting the Best Contract Manufacturer

Outsourcing is a growing trend in the business world today and it is not limited in function as it ranges from human resources to sales to operations. In any of these cases we would argue that the decision of who to utilize for the work is just as important as the initial decision of whether to outsource or not. Outsourcing works best when the supplier checks off all the crucial boxes (needs) and as many preferences (wants) as possible.

At PacMoore, we have almost 30 years in the food contact manufacturing business (production outsourcing). We have watched our customers develop competitive advantages by approaching their outsourcing decisions with the right goals and criteria in mind. We have drawn on that wisdom to create not only a whitepaper but also the infographic below for you to use in your decision-making process or for you to utilize on your site.

If you’re looking for a company that specializes in dry blending, extrusion, spray drying, consumer packaging, or re-packaging, maybe it’s time to consider PacMoore. We invite you to scrutinize us against the standards on the infographic above. We think you’ll be pleased with the result. Visit our contact page to submit your project inquiry today.

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Chris Bekermeier

Vice President, Marketing and Legal Affairs

Chris’ experience with Scott Paper and ConAgra has allowed him to sell and manage leading brands such as Scottissue®, Viva® Towels, Healthy Choice® and Butterball®. He received his B.S. in business management from Eastern Illinois University and his M.B.A. from the University of Chicago. Chris currently leads marketing efforts to grow PacMoore’s food contract manufacturing business in the areas of dry blending, spray drying, extrusion, re-packaging, and consumer packaging.

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