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Secure the freedom to focus on your core business. With over 30 years of experience in the industry, XPress360 has created a smooth, efficient comprehensive solution you can depend on.

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Get Your Job Done Right the First Time

We’re a solutions-oriented provider of printing and packaging, fulfilment services, contract packaging, as well as a full assortment of assembly, inspection, and co‑packing services.  For over 30 years, companies around the Indianapolis, Indiana area have trusted us for quality packaging and assembly services.

From inception to completion, we have built a reputation for managing custom product packaging projects. XPress360 promises:

  • Quick turnaround times for your high volume projects.
  • Material sourcing with the right balance of quality and affordability.
  • Cost guarantees with the peace of mind of knowing your job will be done right the first time.
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I had a truckload of damaged product and they were able to get me in, sort, inspect, rework and palatalize the load in one day so we could still make delivery, Great people to work with.

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Contract Packaging & Assembly

XPress360 is a premier provider of high-volume packaging solutions for your assembly and contract packaging needs. With our 250,000 square foot facility in Indianapolis, we can service your packaging, assembly, kitting, shrink wrapping, co-packing, and other needs in a cost-effective manner. Some of our contract packaging services in Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, and surrounding areas include:

Shrink Wrapping


Subscription Box Packaging


Contract Packaging

Warehouse / 3PL Services

Hand Assembly


Printing & Packaging

Match your schedule, job, and budget with our services tailored to fit your needs. XPress360’s management team has been in the packaging business for decades, so you can trust us with a job of any size. Whether you need slipcases, trays, custom retail packaging, or custom boxes, we have the capacity and knowledge to help. Our printing and packaging solutions include:

POP and POS Displays

Marketing and Promotional Kits

Retail Packaging

Slipcases and Trays

Custom Boxes

Digital Printing

How We Support You

Excellent  with 4.7 average rating on Google and Facebook!

Capacity & Flexibility

With our flexible capacity, we help you handle rush projects or spikes in volume.

Cost Guarantee

Eliminate the cost of hiring and managing hourly labor by using our fixed unit pricing.

All-In-One Solution

You don’t have to deal with several sources, conflicting timelines, and missing deadlines.

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Have Questions?

Contract packaging (which may include primary packaging and secondary packaging) is when a business hires another company to manage their packaging and supply chain needs. This may include primary and secondary packaging of finished goods, point-of-purchase display builds, inventory management, and distribution to market or directly to the consumer.

Contract packaging companies have the ability and expertise to fully manage all aspects of your supply chain needs and the needed labor force requirements. Outsourcing your packaging line allows your company to save money by negating the need to purchase lots of expensive packaging machinery and materials.

Choosing the right contract manufacturer can be a long and arduous process. And there are many factors to consider, many questions to ask.

  • Capability– Make sure company has demonstrated performance that matches your expectations.
  • Experience– Is the contract manufacturer experienced in your industry? How many years?
  • Capacity– It is important to understand what the vendor is capable of handling.
  • Pricing– Are there hidden costs?
  • Location- Will final assembly be in a location suitable to your company?
  • Personnel– Remember, manufacturing rises and falls on people. And this encompasses the people at the top of the operation all the way to the bottom.