Electronic Counting into Polybags, Cartons & Blister Boxes

Addison Packaging opened it's doors in 1974 and was later purchased in in 1987 by it's current owner and President Jim Ricke.

Addison Packaging currently packages over 30 Million packages per year while maintaining a strict accuracy adherence to 2% over-pack and less than 1% under-pack. This is done using 5 high speed packaging lines and 36 state of the art electronic counters producing single count packages to high counts weighing up to 10 pounds per bag. In addition to a boxing line, hand counting and instruction sheet inserting compliments many of the packaging lines allowing Addison Packaging the flexibility to... (more)


If you have a general idea of what you want to make, these factories will help refine your idea and think through the different components that involve the making of your idea.


This stage involves gathering all the necessary materials needed to make your product. Some factories provide materials and assembly; sometimes you will need to buy materials separately.


A sample is a prototype of your idea. Sample-makers usually make the product by hand (hand-cutting, hand-assembling, etc.) before you get your tooling finalized. You want your sample to be perfect if you plan to do mass production of your product.

(Usually sample-makers charge more per product, but this depends on the factory’s policy.)


"Production run" means making a lot of one product at once. The factories listed under "production" can produce small and/or large quantities. The minimum order for a production run can vary from factory to factory (some have no minimum, some require a dozen, and some require up to 1,000 to be made at once)