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Mauser Packaging expands in Valparaiso
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Mauser Packaging expands in Valparaiso

Mauser Packaging expands in Valparaiso

Mauser Packaging is now leasing space at Barley Properties' 65,592-square-foot multi-tenant flex building in Valparaiso.

Mauser Packaging is expanding its sustainable packaging business in Valparaiso.

The German-based firm is now leasing 25,110 square feet at Barley Properties' new 65,592-square-foot multi-tenant flex building at 2650 Barley Road in Valparaiso.

“The decision by Mauser Packaging to expand its operations in our new building at 2650 Barley Road fulfills the vision for our investment in this building and the city of Valparaiso,” said Jeff Leetz of Barley Properties. “The building is designed to fill a need for flexible light industrial and commercial space offering local businesses an option to grow here, and it provides an ideal location to attract new businesses to our community.”

Mauser Packaging formed in 2018 when BWAY, Mauser Group, National Container Group and Industrial Container Service came together. It makes new packaging for recycled and reused materials.

U.S. steel mills shipped 7.95 million tons of steel in March, the most recent month for which data is available, according to the Washington D.C.-based trade association the American Iron and Steel Institute. That's an 18% increase as compared to the 6.73 million tons shipped in February and a 1.9% increase from the 7.8 million tons shipped in March 2020.

Holladay Properties and Holladay Construction Group helped build and attract businesses to the new facility, which will house multiple tenants. It features energy-efficient design, architectural storefronts, 24-foot ceiling height, 120 parking spaces, docks and drive-in doors. It's visible from IN-49 and close to U.S. 30 and the Porter County Regional Airport in Valparaiso.

Coming Sunday, ride along with Specialist Dyer as he patrols LaPorte.

“Holladay Properties is very appreciative of the opportunity to assist such a great local organization in bringing their vision to reality,” said Mike Micka, vice president of development for South Bend-based Holladay Properties.

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Joseph S. Pete is a Lisagor Award-winning business reporter who covers steel, industry, unions, the ports, retail, banking and more. The Indiana University grad has been with The Times since 2013 and blogs about craft beer, culture and the military.

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