Beauty packager JKG expands services in the South East US

By Deanna Utroske contact

- Last updated on GMT

image via JKG
image via JKG
The company is known in the region for commercial printing, kitting and fulfillment, direct mail, custom product packaging, creative services, and other marketing support. Now JKG has a new facility and is offering custom packaging to beauty makers in the Orlando, Florida, area.

“Custom product packaging is one of our specialties, and we've developed outstanding designs for well-known national cosmetics and beauty products firms as well as for some very creative entrepreneurs right here in South Florida,”​ says Adam Gittlin, president of JKG Group, in a media release about the company’s recent expansion.

“The product packaging market is robust and dynamic, and we're pleased to be able to extend our expertise to formulators, laboratories, retailers and entrepreneurs in the Orlando and Tampa markets,”​ he says.

Beauty clients

JKG got its start in 1984 and has been a mainstay in the region’s print, mail, and packaging business ever since.

The company’s site features beauty packaging work for clients like Leur Crème, Dr. Goldfaden, Lab Spa, Organicell, and NutraHempCBD. And on the company’s product packaging samples page Gittlin asserts that, “One of our specialties is custom product packaging, and we’ve developed some stunning package designs for well-known cosmetics and beauty products firms as well as for some very creative start-ups.”

And he notes that in the age of omni-channel commerce, beauty and personal care packaging is “a huge and growing market, and one we’re continuing to invest in. Whether products are sold in store or online, they require packaging that protects the product, communicates its value and captures the imagination.”

More space

The company has acquired more space in the Orlando, Florida, area to serve more clients in health, beauty, luxury retail, etc.

JKG is deliberately growing to meet projected demand. In this week’s media release the company points to market research data from both Variant Market Research and the Research and Markets firm noting that “the global market for personal care packaging alone is expected to reach $34.3 Billion by 2022 and $44.2 Billion by 2024.”

And the company takes care to create packaging that “serves many functions”​: with shelf appeal, the power the revitalize existing product lines, reduce damage, contamination and theft in transit, in storage, and in store,” ​and boost the response and engagement rate of promotional mailings, according to the media release.

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DeannaUtroskeEditor

Deanna Utroske, CosmeticsDesign.com Editor, covers beauty business news in the Americas region and publishes the weekly Indie Beauty Profile column, showcasing the inspiring work of entrepreneurs and innovative brands.

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