PacMoore CEO Bill Moore Featured in May Issue of Morgan County Business Leader

This month’s Morgan County Business Leader features an article on PacMoore’s very own Bill Moore, and how Moore’s commitment to family, faith and business helped him build what would eventually become a leading external manufacturing company.

The article touches on Moore’s background, and how he took a break from his career as a design engineer at Proctor and Gamble to help his mother deal with a warehouse that his stepfather had left her when he passed away. The warehouse was stocked with out-of-spec food starches, which Moore ended up remixing, repacking and reselling. The result was the founding of PacMoore in 1992, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Today, PacMoore continues to expand – with plans to nearly double its Mooresville facility size and a recent investment in a new spray dryer to meet growing customer demands.

To learn more about PacMoore’s contract manufacturing solutions, including spray drying, dry blending and consumer packaging, contact us today!

Bill Moore


After graduating from the University of Wisconsin with a B.S. in chemical engineering, Bill became a product development engineer for Procter & Gamble in 1985. After the unexpected death of his stepfather, Bill left P&G to lead his stepfather’s company, George Meyer Company. He developed a functional ability to process recycled starch products, while also recognizing a need by many companies in the food industry for a trusted and capable contract manufacturing partner. Over the last 20 years Bill has evolved the company to meet this need by providing packaging, blending, spray drying, and extrusion.