MPI Label Systems began in a small, rented warehouse in downtown Sebring, Ohio in 1968, with a used printing press and two accounts, of which both accounts are still with the company today. From those humble beginnings, MPI has grown into one of the top five privately-owned roll label converters. As one of the top 10 label companies in the nation MPI has 10 manufacturing facilities, 35 sales locations and more than 500 employees.
So – what’s the secret to this big growth over a small period of time? Simple; do whatever it takes to meet the needs of the customer.
“Whatever it takes” is available in a lot of forms. As a full-line label and equipment supplier, MPI has encountered and met most every kind of label challenge, including those associated with the latest advancement, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification). Whether it’s the printing of flexible packaging, producing pressure-sensitive labels or providing high-end automatic labeling equipment, parts, service and support, MPI promotes a “total solutions” approach.
MPI Label Systems consist of three divisions to meet the diverse needs of its customers:
Printing Division - Though MPI excels at narrow-web flexographic print, MPI also has the flexibility to print your labels digitally.
Equipment Division - Sells high-end automatic labeling equipment and parts, provides on-site service and trains operators. In addition, its Thermal Systems Department sells and services top-of-the-line thermal printers, ribbons and software.
RFID Division - Brings the dynamic technology of RFID to labels and tags. By making major technology investments and creating partnerships with leading RFID integrators, MPI is reinventing its customers’ inventory tracking, resource management and security operations.