Accredo Packaging recognizes “Topping Out” of Sugar Land campus expansion

Staffers with the Design/Build firm KDW at the topping out of Accredo’s Sugar Land campus expansion.
Accredo Packaging, a supplier of innovative, sustainable flexible packaging solutions for the pre-packaged food and consumer products markets, has “topped out” its Sugar Land campus expansion scheduled for completion in June.

The $50-million project by the Houston-based Design/Build firm KDW will add 200,000 square feet of warehouse and manufacturing space to the Accredo campus at 12682 Cardinal Meadow Drive in Sugar Land.

When completed, the 32-acre property will be home to close to 550,000 square feet of warehouse and manufacturing space.

This is Accredo’s third expansion of its Sugar Land campus.

Accredo’s packaging solutions can be found in many retail grocers offering a range of products from snack foods and confectionery items, to frozen foods and pet treats.

The company also produces overwraps for paper towels & tissue and shrink bundle film for bottled water and other beverages. A pioneer in renewably sourced packaging, Accredo was the first to produce a reverse printed and laminated all-recyclable pouch.

Utilizing 100% wind-generated electrical power, Accredo is the first flexible packaging plant in the United States granted LEED Silver certification under the USGBC rating system — Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. LEED promotes sustainable site development and material selection, water conservation, energy efficiency, and indoor environmental quality. The company is also BRC (British Retail Consortium) certified (“AA” Rating), a global standard for food safety established in 1998.

Accredo Packaging is part of the API™ group of companies, a family-owned and operated enterprise established in 1986.

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