Menasha Corporation is proud to announce that it ranked No. 18 on Deloitte’s Wisconsin 75™, which recognizes 75 of the largest private companies in Wisconsin, based on sales revenue. Menasha Corporation has been featured on the top-tier list every year since the award inception in 2003.
“We are honored to be recognized as a Wisconsin 75 company,” said Jim Kotek, President and CEO, Menasha Corporation. “As a company approaching 175 years in business—privately held by the descendants of our founder—our success and longevity is 100% attributable to our people. Our employees have always put forth tremendous commitment to our customers and to our communities… and to each other. Our recognition is due to their hard work and exemplary work ethic.”
Established in 1849, Menasha Corporation today is a leading corrugated and plastic packaging manufacturer and supply chain solutions provider with approximately 7,000 employees in 112 facilities in North America and Europe. Headquartered in Neenah, Wis., and family owned, the company has sustained and grown over a century-and-a-half through innovation, understanding customers’ needs, and putting people first. Menasha Corporation is comprised of two companies, Menasha Packaging Company and ORBIS Corporation. Its products and services include retail merchandising packaging, displays, plastic reusable containers and pallets, protective packaging interiors, and packaging supply chain and fulfillment services.
For more information about Menasha Corporation visit www.menashacorporation.com.
About Deloitte’s 2022 Wisconsin 75
Deloitte’s annual Wisconsin 75 list salutes the largest privately held Wisconsin-based companies. These companies play a key role in the state’s economy. Wisconsin 75 award winners are selected based on annual sales revenue. To be eligible for Deloitte’s Wisconsin 75 recognition, companies must have a majority ownership by an individual(s), family, employee stock ownership plan, or private equity firm. Public companies are eligible when greater than 50 percent of the value or vote of the shares are owned by individuals, family, an employee stock ownership plan, or private equity. Additionally, companies must have annual sales revenue of at least USD 50,000. The Wisconsin 75 excludes cooperatives and accounting, tax, legal, and consulting service companies.