About Us

Based in Wisconsin, Inpak Systems has grown since its founding in 1986 to become one of the Midwest’s leading suppliers of industrial packaging solutions and components, with customers across the United States, as well as in Asia, Africa, Australia, Canada, Central and South America, Europe, and the Middle East.

On January 1st, 2011 ISS Packaging Systems Inc. (ISS) in Marysville, OH was acquired. ISS has been providing manufactures though out the US with industrial bagging equipment sales, service, parts, and consumables since 1986. Like our Madison, WI facility, ISS offers: field and mail-in repair services, technical phone support, and parts & consumables fulfillment.

We believe that our core strength as a distributor and supplier to the bag-filling and bag-sewing industry lies in our mission statement: "We treat our customers the way we would want to be treated if we were in their position."

We know that providing honest and trustworthy advice, products, and services to you is the best way to ensure that our Company grows and prospers—by way of reputation, referral, and a loyal customer base.

You have a need to be cautious. We have a responsibility to be forthright.

Because we’ve been there, we understand and appreciate that being in charge of a major capital investment is a huge responsibility with lots of perceived risk for the plant managers and engineers, operations executives, maintenance supervisors, owners, and other packaging stakeholders who rely on us.

We will refer you elsewhere rather than sell you a solution or component that we think will be a mismatch—because we know that your long-term goodwill in the professional community is more valuable than any short-term gain realized from selling you something that doesn’t work.

Our large product mix allows us to offer you a wide variety of packaging solutions, which means that the advice you get from us—and the solutions we design for you—are not limited to just one brand or particular technology.

We’ve earned our customer base—one part at a time.

Whether you require an entirely new bagging line built to your custom specifications or simply need a part ASAP to keep your existing system online, we will take care of you—because we know that when we earn your trust on the smallest scale, you’ll rely on us down the road when your needs are larger, more complex, and of greater consequence.

We’ve been at this a long time. And we’re very good at it.

With a quarter-century behind us providing consistent and reliable products, services, and advice to industries like yours, you can rest assured that we’ll be there whether you need service, repairs, parts, components, or an entirely new and comprehensive bag-filling or bag-sewing solution built to your unique needs and specifications. 

Following is a list of industry national & state trade associations and trade publications with their corresponding websites. 

Trade Associations-National

Website

AFIA-American Feed Industry Association

www.afia.org

ASTA-American Seed Trade Association

www.amseed.org

FIBCA-Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container Association

www.amseed.org

GEAPS-Grain Elevator & Processing Society

www.geaps.com

Independent Professional Seed Association

www.independentseeds.com

NGFA-National Grain & Feed Association

www.ngfa.org

TFI-The Fertilizer Institute

www.tfi.org

USGC-U.S. Grain Council

www.grains.org

Trade Associations-State

Website

ABAK-The Agribusiness Association of Kentucky

www.kyagbusiness.org

Agribusiness Association of Iowa

www.agribiz.org

Agribusiness Council of Indiana

www.inagribiz.org

Grain & Feed Association of Illinois

www.gfai.org

Illinois Fertilizer & Chemical Association

www.ifca.com

Indiana Crop Improvement Association

www.indianacrop.org

Indiana Seed Trade Association

www.indianaseed.org

Kentucky Feed & Grain Association

www.kyfga.org

MABA-Michigan Agri-Business Association

www.miagbiz.org

Minnesota Grain & Feed Association

www.mgfa.org

Missouri Agribusiness Association

www.mo-ag.com

Ohio Agribusiness Association

www.oaba.net

PennAg Industries Association

www.pennag.com

Southern Seed Association

www.southernseed.net

Tennessee Feed & Grain Association

www.tnfeedandgran.org

WABA-Wisconsin Agribusiness Association

www.wiagribusiness.org

Wisconsin Corn Growers Association

www.wicorn.ncgapremium.com

Wisconsin Crop Improvement Association

www.wcia.wisc.edu

Publications

Website

Equipment Catalog

www.grainnet.com

Feed & Grain

www.feedandgrain.com

Grain Journal

www.grainnet.com

Material Handling Prod News

www.mhpn.com

Material Handling Solutions

www.materialhandlingpub.com

Modern Material Handling

www.mmh.com

Onion World

www.onionworld.net

Packaging Hotline

www.packaginghotline.com

Packaging Digest

www.packagingdigest.com

Pet Food Industry

www.petfoodindustry.com

Powder & Bulk Solids

www.powderbulksolids.com

Powder Bulk Engineering

www.powderbulk.com

Seed Today

www.seedtoday.com

Tea & Coffee

www.teaandcoffee.net