MD Packaging Appoints Brenda Aitken as GM

md appoints brenda aitken as gm

We are thrilled to announce that Brenda Aitken has accepted the position of General Manager of MD Packaging and its affiliated companies.  Brenda started with MD Packaging in 1991 when the company was only a few years old.  Her role expanded quickly as the company grew and she has since become the face of MD Packaging’s after sales service and support business.  CLICK HERE for the press release.

The Launch of our New Brochure!

the launch of our new brochure

We are thrilled to announce that we have launched our new MD Packaging brochure!  Established in 1989, we have become one of Canada’s foremost distributors of product inspection and packaging automation solutions for the manufacturing sectors in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, consumer goods, industrial and cannabis industries.  We are industry experts when it comes to Product Inspection, Primary/Secondary Automation and End of Line Packaging.  Click here to download the brochure.

Our Preventative Maintenance Program

our preventative maintenance

We offer extensive Preventative Maintenance Programs with optional inclusion of wear/tear parts.  Our programs help prevent machine malfunctions before they happen, saving you both time and money!  Let us be your surrogate maintenance program.  CLICK HERE for our Preventative Maintenance brochure.

Kevin Kronberger Has Joined the MD Team

kevin kronberger has joined our team

MD Packaging Inc. is pleased to announce that Kevin Kronberger has joined the MD team as SBU Manager, Consumables & Western Canada.  Kevin is based out of Calgary and will be tasked to expand our Western Canadian sales/service presence.  Kevin is a senior technical sales professional with over 25 years of experience in business-business selling within the CPG markets in Canada.  We are very excited to have Kevin on board and look forward to many years ahead with him at MD Packaging!  CLICK HERE for the press release.

Induction Cap Sealing Best Practices

induction cap sealing

Packagers rely on hermetic induction seals to prevent containers from leaking, preserve freshness and to provide tamper evidence.  Packagers who achieve a perfect seal understand the core principles of induction sealing (heat, pressure & time); ensure materials are compatible (caps, liners, bottles & products) and define the cap sealing operating window that is best for their application.  Click here to learn more.

Product Inspection Lunch & Learn – Nov 12th

product inspection lunch and learn

For those that are unable to attend PackEx Las Vegas in September, we thought we would host a Lunch & Learn dedicated to Product Inspection.  This two hour session is taking place at our head office in Uxbridge on Tuesday November 12th.  Please RSVP to ASAP to secure your spot!  Click here for invite.

Some pics from the November 12th Lunch & Learn:

September 2019 Newsletter

Email Newsletter

Are you in the market for an induction sealer or labeler?  We have been partners with Enercon and Universal Labeling in Canada since 1989.

Have you heard about our partnership with GRS Supplies?  The GRS Drop-in is a premium packaging tool to capture a 2-way humidity pack in a sealer container without the pack touching the contents.  The also have a plastic drying tray – which is now offered in metal detectable plastic.  Read more about all of this in our September newsletter.  Click here to download.

Checkweighers: Using Data to Minimize Expensive Product Giveaways


Making sure the final product weight is within acceptable min/max ranges is one of the critical manufacturing objectives for food, beverage, pharmaceutical and related companies.  Overfills signal that the company is giving away product for which it is not being compensated; undersells mean that legal requirements are not being met which can result in recalls and regulatory action.  Click here to learn more.