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With Mike [McAfee]’s help, we were first to the market with bulk delivery in our territories back in the mid-‘90s. ” The company also was one of the first to implement a warehouse management system in its three locations, says Bill Falkenhagen, executive vice president and chief financial officer. Earlier this year, the wholesaler announced an $18 million project to build a new multi-million dollar Coastal Distribution Center in Texas City (see Plant Focus article for more). Del Papa Distributing is researching additional advancements to be implemented in the new facility to make it as efficient as possible, Falkenhagen says.

Marketing << ‘On the rocks’ bar Diageo’s Captain Morgan rum brand opened a Captain Morgan on the Rocks Island Bar on Holland America Line’s 2,400-acre private island in the Bahamas. The bar is designed as a 101-foot long, twin-decked, three-masted schooner “washed up” on the beach on Half Moon Cay. With seating for 326 guests, Captain Morgan on the Rocks Island Bar pays tribute to the heritage of Captain Henry Morgan with natural artifacts and historic references to the pirate’s exploits, which took place in the area more than 350 years ago, the company says.

Based A-B-C Packaging Machine Corp. ” Orick notes that Douglas recently introduced a gas-powered shrink tunnel as opposed to its current electric offering. The gas-powered shrinkwrapper replaces the electric heaters that previously were used in the tunnels. “For the most part at this point in time, gas is a lot less expensive than electricity, so it saves our customers a ton of money on the energy cost,” Orick says. Sustainability also is affecting requests at Hartness, Smith says. “Our clients certainly seem to be more concerned than ever around both wear parts and utility consumption of packers and wrappers,” he says.

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