Patrick Kerrigan, President of Alpha Poly Packaging Done Right, is featured in the April 2016 edition of Print Action. The article recognizes his strategic leadership of the growing packaging company. It also details the streamlining efforts Alpha Poly took to reduce labour by 30% and increase output by 80% to afford the cost of new, high-end equipment that strategically places Alpha Poly as one of Canada’s leading independent companies in the flexography sector.
The article also discusses Patrick’s expansion of Alpha Poly into new packaging markets. He led the rebranding of Alpha Poly and initiated a new sales strategy setting goals for the team to achieve.
Since Patrick’s initiation of new flexible packaging manufacturing and sales measures in 2012 & 2013, the company has seen year over year growth. The truly Canadian, historically familyrun company, is now one of strongest leaders in flexible packaging.
Alpha Poly focuses on building a strong team to move their growth strategy forward. It consists of key leadership roles including family members Matthew Kerrigan, Stephanie Kerrigan and Martin Boeykens, along with a new business development approach led by Kate Davis and Debra Swift, former HP Canada trailblazer. Not to mention, Vaughan Campbell, the previous owner of Mikia has taken over a technical sales role. These changes have helped to establish one of the strongest leadership teams, positioning Alpha Poly for promising growth.