February 2014

The corrugated boxes you use to protect your products may be produced at a different address, but the best things about those boxes have not and will not change. L&M’s move in Fall 2013 meant many things: increased capacity, greater production efficiencies, and an even safer work environment for our people. A company built on tradition…

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February 2013

For some manufacturers, innovation and technology fall under the “nice to have” or “would be great but” categories, but the everyday demands of taking and filling orders can create an atmosphere that’s averse to risk. L&M president Steve Lopes sees it exactly the opposite way, “The corrugated industry has often been slow to adapt or…

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August 2012

L&M Customer Service representatives Tonya Pagenkopf and Dina Palma joined Operations Manager Steven Lopes for a tour of a local corrugator. “We’ve always believed in the value of education and training, and so it makes perfect sense for key people like Tonya and Dina to get an inside look at how corrugated is made.” Download…

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April 2012

From our very beginnings, L&M has operated as a ―sheet plant‖, meaning that everyday we buy corrugated sheets direct from the corrugator in the exact sizes and specifications necessary to produce your items. This process has allowed us to keep minimal stock inventories, and our low overhead is then passed on to you in greater…

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